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Punica granatum

pomagranate

Pomegranate is a small tree with attractive flowers that produce tasty fruit. It is suitable for dry areas or large containers...

Rubus hawaiensis

Hawai`i blackberry, Hawaiian raspberry, kala, `kalakala

These fruit-producing shrubs can grow 6 to 10 feet in height and are attractive to native birds for both their nectar and...

Saccharum officinarum

sugar cane, noble cane, ikshu, khanda, sarkara (sanskrit), pundia, paunda (hindi), poovan karumbu (tamil), Ko

Introduced to Hawai`i by the Polynesians, sugar cane is a grass with hard stems (stalks) and long blades. This plant can...

Sapindus oahuensis

O`ahu soapberry, soapberry, kaulu, lonomea,

Lonomea is the endemic soapberry species that grows only on Kauai and Oahu. It is related to the indigenous species, Sapindus...

Strongylodon macrobotrys

blue jade, green jade, jade climber, jade vine, emerald creeper, flor-de-jade, turquois jade vine

This vine features long cascading blue-green flowers. It comes from the rain forests of the Philippines. It is a member...

Strongylodon ruber

nuku'i'iwi, k'i'iwi, nuku, Hawai'i jadevine,

The mature height of this vine is 38-46 feet, with a 19-foot spread, and it hosts beautiful, highly unique flowers. The beauty...

Tabebuia donnell-smithii

primavera, gold tree

This is stunning when it goes into flower, typically in the summer, because the bright yellow blooms tend to open all at...

Telosma cordata

pakalana, Chinese violet

Pakalana is a prized vine and beautifies a yard when allowed grow on a sturdy fence. Commonly used in lei, it also has a...

Thunbergia mysorensis

clock vine, Mysore trumpet vine, Indian clock vine

This species of thunbergia vine often reaches 6 meters and has long narrow medium green leaves, large pendent hanging blossoms...

Vaccinium calycinum, Vaccinium reticulatum, Vaccinium dentatum

`ohelo, ohelo kau la`au

The three species of `ohelo are endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and they grow best in higher, cooler areas; they are found...

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