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Erythrina crista-galli

Cry Baby, Cockspur, Fireman's Cap Tree, Brazillian Coral Tree

Etlingera venusta

Malay rose

Sometimes called the world's most beautiful ginger, this is a rare variety from Malaysia. It grows 1-2 feet tall, with pink...

Gossypium tomentosum

ma`o, Hawaiian cotton, huluhulu

This plant is excellent for coastal gardens that are hot, dry and windy. The large, yellow flowers are very showy and bloom...

Guaiacum officinale

lignum vitae, guayacan, pockholtz

Lignum vitae is a small to medium tree with golden tinged foliage and small but pretty lavender flowers. Fruit is golden-yellow,...

Handroanthus impetiginosus

purple trumpet tree, pink trumpet tree, pau d'arco

This is a stunning tree that produces a lovely canopy of purple blooms. It is a tough tree once established that is very...

Hibiscus arnottianus

aloalo, hau hele, koki`o kea, koki`o ke`oke`o, pomakani

Endemic to Oahu, this species is one of only two species of hibiscus in the world that is fragrant. This is the mother or...

Hibiscus mutabilis

confederate rose, rose of Sharon, cotton rose, changeable rose mallow, aloalo wikahuli

This lovely plant native to China has single or double hibiscus flowers that open white and change to pink and then magenta...

Hibiscus schizopetalus

coral Hibiscus, aloalo ko`ako`a, Chinese lantern, Japanese lantern

This tall weeping hedge or small tree has pendant, delicate hibiscus blossoms with unique frilled petals. Although it can...

Ipomoea batatas

`uala, Hawaiian sweet potato, Okinawan sweet potato

`Uala is a rambling shrub or vine has heart or palmate shaped leaves which vary in color from chartreuse, to green to purple....

Mangifera indica

mango

Mangos can grow from 30-100 ft tall. They are native to southern Asia. The sap, branches, and the skin of the unripe fruit...

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