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Hibiscus punaluuensis (Fragrant White Aloalo Hibiscus)

250 (500)cm, Fragrant White Aloalo Hibiscus (syn. Hibiscus arnottianus ssp. punaluuensis) is an endangered, tall evergreen woody shrub native of the Ko'olau Range on O'ahu, Hawaii, USA. It is one out of few slightly fragrant Hibiscus species which are all endemic to the Hawaiian archipielago. Hibiscus punaluuensis has dark green, large oval leaves and showy slightly fragrant pure white flowers with a long protruding reddish pistil. Whereas most hibiscus species in section Lilibiscus can be easily propagated by semi woody stem cuttings, for us this has proven extremely difficult in Hibiscus punaluuensis, as only one out of several dozens cuttings may eventually root. So the easier way for propagation is via seeds. Our seeds are from pure, unhybridized, true-to-type plants. For any rich, well drained substrate in a partially shaded (summer) to sunny (winter) spot at a minimum of some 15°C. VI-X.
5 seeds per package.

U.S. customers only: seeds cannot be shipped to the U.S.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package0597 € 39,90
seed package

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