Olulu


Brighamia insignis

These very rare, endangered in the Hawaiian wilds, plant are really nice local houseplants, although somewhat prone to spider mites.

Here’s an article from the SF Chron from a few months ago.

We should be seeing some yellow flowers in the next month. Too bad we don’t have the Hawaiian moth that has gone extinct to pollinate this for us.

Here’s a shot in habitat from arkive.


    
    
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