Ma’o Hau Hele

Hibiscus brackenridgei subsp. brackenridgei

Height: 3-6 feet, but can grow more than 10 in some areas (can be pruned or hedged)
Spread: 8-10 feet
Light: full sun to partial sun (best in full sun)
Water: Dry. Drought and heat tolerant.
Landscape uses: Can be used as a hedge, for screening, in containers, or a specimen plant.
Plant type, family and origin: A Hawaiian endemic shrub. The large yellow flower is the state flower. In the Malvaceae family.

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Description

 

Hawaii State Flower; Large yellow flowers; To 3-9 ft; Full sun to partial shadeHawaii State Flower; Large yellow flowers; To 3-9 ft; Full sun to partial shade.

Available in 1 gallon and 3 gallon size.

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