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Metrosideros kermadecensis, Metrosideros excelsa

New Zealand ohia, pohutakawa, and hybrids

An invasive tree similar looking (and related to) the native `ohi`a Lehua (Metrosideros polymorpha).

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Miconia calvescens

miconia

Miconia calvescens is very invasive and is on the Hawai`i State Noxious Weed List. The Division of Forestry and Wildlife...

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Nassella tenuissima

Mexican feather grass

An ornamental grass that will dominate natural areas and become a major fire hazard.

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Pennisetum setaceum

fountain grass

Poses a major fire threat to many of Hawai`i's natural and developed areas. Pennisetum setaceum is on the Hawai`i State...

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Pennisetum villosum

feathertop fountain grass

Poses a major fire threat to many of Hawai`i's natural and developed areas.

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Pereskia aculeata

Barbados gooseberry, West Indian gooseberry, Spanish gooseberry, lemon vine, sweet Mary, leaf cactus, blade apple, and gooseberry shrub

Pereskia was introduced intentionally to Hawaii and is present in the horticultural trade. It is a target species for invasive...

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Phormium tenax

New Zealand flax

An evergreen, perennial monocot that can grow up to 13' tall and 7' wide. Flowers are red or yellow tubular flowers that...

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Pimenta dioica

allspice

An invasive tree that will escape the garden. The Division of Forestry and Wildlife of the Hawai`i Department of Land and...

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Poranopsis paniculata

Bridal bouquet, Christmasvine, Christ's vine, snowcreeper, snow-in-the-jungle, white corallita

Native to China. Poranopsis paniculata has been in Hawaii since 1936 but is not widely cultivated. The woody vine can climb...

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Porophyllum ruderale

Yerba Porosa, Papalo, Quilquiña, Papaloquelite, Cilantro, Bolivian Coriander

Native to the dry areas of the Southwest USA and Mexico, Porophyllum ruderale is at home on the dry sides of the state. Quickly...

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