The highway traverses a countryside once dotted with strawberry fields, mainly cultivated by Japanese who operate lands under lease. Bainbridge Gardens was, in 1941, one of the largest greenhouses on the island, from which many thousands of Easter lilies were shipped annually. It is still in operation and claims title as the oldest nursery and gardening business on the island.
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