Koʻoloa ʻula

Abutilon menziesii

Height: 2-10 feet
Spread: 2:1 height to width ratio
Light: partial shade to full sun
Water: dry, drought and heat tolerant
Landscape uses: Useful in drier, hotter locations as an attractive flowering shrub. Attracts pollinators. Can be grown in a container.
Plant type, family and origin: A woody shrub endemic to Hawaii in the Malvaceae family.

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