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Brasiliopuntia brasiliensis

Brazilian prickly pear, cactus papaya tree, prickly Pear Cactus

Considered one of the tallest members of the cactus family, Brasiliopuntia brasiliensis reaches heights up to 66 feet. Armed...

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Bursera simaruba

Gumbo limbo, tourist tree, turpentine tree

Gumbolimbo thrives in Hawaii's tropical climate, especially the dry areas. Reportedly, stands are naturalizing in the Kailua-kona...

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Cinnamomum burmannii

Padang cassia, Indonesian cassia

Native to Indonesia, Cinnamomum burmannii has thrived in Hawaii's tropical climate since its introduction in the 1930’s....

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Spathodea campanulata

African tuliptree

An invasive ornamental tree. The Division of Forestry and Wildlife of the Hawai`i Department of Land and Natural Resources...

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Washingtonia robusta

Mexican fan palm

Native to Mexico, this fan palm can reach heights up to 100 feet. The fronds are fan-shaped as the common name suggests....