We see a lot of red, pink, yellow and white hibiscus in Hawaii; but we don’t often see orange hibiscus. This big and bold flower seems to have a matching personality, standing out from the crowd.
There are hundreds of varieties of hibiscus throughout the world. Many of those are cultivated by gardners and enthusiasts right here in Hawaii. We love all the shapes, sizes, and colors that this icon flower can hold.
This bunch of white plumeria are so pretty and vibrant, you can nearly smell them through your screen. read more
Rain comes down on the neighboring island of Kaho’olawe through breaks in the clouds as seen from Ulua Beach Park on the island of Maui. read more
A gorgeous purplish-pink hibiscus in full bloom. read more
A close-up shot of a pink and purple hibiscus shows off its large, soft petals and gets us so close to its anthers–those yellow pieces–that we wonder if just looking will get pollen on us. read more
The sun sets bright orange between clouds and palm trees over star-studded Wailea in South Maui. read more