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Trees

Trees can provide privacy, protection from glare or direct sunlight into windows, or shade on a patio. A thick row of tall shrubs bordering a road can reduce noise and prevent litter from entering a yard, or perhaps screen an unpleasant view such as a shopping center or row of buildings.

Hala Tree

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~ Hala Tree Pandanus tectorius A small tree growing 20 to 30 feet in height and from 15 to 35 feet in diameter. The trunk is stout and the branches grow at wide angles to it. It has distinctive long blade-like leaves (lau hala) about 2 inches wide and over 2 feet long.  An excellent plant for poor, salty or sandy soils in hot and windy areas.  Hala is great to stabilize sandy soil along coastal and beach front properties where salt spray may kill most other plants. Full Sun 20′ to 30′ height Low water...

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Plumeria Pudica

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Plumeria Pudica

~ Plumeria Pudica Bridal Bouquet.  Perfect accent plant for small yard or patio, this plant blooms year-round, almost non-stop.  Rare species and beautiful this plumeria is evergreen, never drops leaves, and looks very tropical and ornamental.  Large clusters of bright white 3″ flowers with small yellow or pink centers cover this tree as a beautiful bouquet, hence the common name.  Growth habit: medium sized tree with profuse branching, growth is rapid and upright. Leaves are dark green and unique fiddle-shaped, or spoon-shaped.  Can be planted in ground in zones 9-11, or...

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Plumeria Tree

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~ Plumeria Typically grows as a small tree that reaches a height of about 30 feet and achieves a similar canopy width, though size and compactness varies by cultivar. Leaves are typically glossy green but may be dull and range from 8 to 12 inches long and 2 to 4 inches wide. Some plumeria lose leaves during winter, but hybrids of round. Most petaled flowers from early spring through fall. Flower color varies between cultivars and may be red, yellow, pink, white or...

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Ashoka Tree

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Ashoka Tree

~ Polyalthia longifolia A lofty evergreen tree, native to India, commonly planted due to its effectiveness in alleviating noise pollution. It exhibits symmetrical pyramidal growth with willowy weeping pendulous branches and long narrow lanceolate leaves with undulate margins. The tree is known to grow over 30 ft in height but can be topped. In spring the tree is covered with delicate star-like pale green flowers. The flowers are not conspicuous due to their color. Common names include False Ashoka, Mast tree, and green champa. Methanolic extracts of Polyalthia longifolia have yielded 20 known...

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Autograph Tree

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~ Autograph Tree Clusia rosea  This tree tolerates salt areas, care should be used when planting in wet non-salt air area’s as this tree is known to be invasive.  Small or medium sized tree, sometimes to 30 ft, but usually only 10-15ft, producing pretty white flowers. The Autograph tree was brought into Hawai’i as an ornamental plant.  The tree has an apple sized green fruit.  As the fruit dries, it opens at one end and disperses tiny red seeds.  The fruit drops to the ground and turns into a hard star shape that is quite attractive.  The Autograph tree gets its common name...

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Bombax Ceiba Tree

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~ Bombax Ceiba Commonly known as Red Cotton Tree.  This is a tropical tree and has a straight tall trunk.  The trunk is full of heavy thorns.  The fruit, which reaches an average of 13 cm in length, is light-green in color in immature fruits; brown in mature fruits and looks like a capsule, when ripe it contains white fabrics like cotton.  Its seeds are poisonous.  Although this is a tropical forest tree but most often it is planted in the park and beside the road for its beauty.  It is widely planted in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malay, China, Hong Kong and...

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Cinnamon Tree

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Cinnamon Tree

~ Cinnamon Tree Cinnamomum Lauraceae.  Cinnamon trees are small evergreens with aromatic bark and leaves.  Cinnamon trees can reach heights of up to 66 ft in the wild but are usually coppiced to smaller bushes under cultivation. Cinnamon trees have an economic lifespan of approximately 10 years.  True Cinnamon is native to Sri Lanka, formerly known as Ceylon and the south-eastern coast of India, while the closely related Cassia is native to China.  Cinnamon and Cassia are both small tropical evergreen trees that grow up to 20 – 30 feet tall, with aromatic bark and leaves.  Young...

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False Olive Tree

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~ False Olive Tree Buddleja saligna.  Evergreen, small tree, with honey scented flowers.  The false olive can get up to 30 ft tall in warm moist areas. The leaves are long and narrow – somewhat similar to the olive from which it gets its common name – but more textured.  The flowers are tiny, creamy white and borne in dense sprays usually at the ends of branches. The flowers have a lovely honey scent and appear from spring to summer (August- January). The seeds are minute, forming in small, hairy capsules which develop in the dried out flowers. (October – March) The...

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Dwarf Hau Tree

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~Dwarf Hau Tree In the old days this plant was so highly valued that permission to cut it was required of the village chief.  Today it is often called “hau bush” and is termed an invasive plant, as it has taken over some areas where acres are covered high with hau, at the same time creating windbreaks and stabilizing the soil. Seeds and cuttings of hau were brought by early Polynesian voyagers to Hawai`i Nei, and planted by the settlers to yield a light-weight tough white wood with a brown heart. Hau is found and used throughout tropical and subtropical Polynesia, Melanesia and...

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Leopard Tree

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~ Leopard Tree Caesalpinia ferrea Full sun, tender to frost, prefers hot summers, can handle drought.  Well-drained, fertile soil, can be pruned at a young age.  Very hardy tree once established, very deep rooting in well draining soil.  Suited to open area plantings where the magnificence of the tree can be achieved over time. The width is a gentle canopy with fine acacia like green leaves, large green seed pods in autumn, foliage turns red in spring with small yellow flower clusters through summer.  Watering frequently until about 10 feet tall, thereafter this is a water-wise...

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Lignum Vitae Tree

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~ Lignum Vitae Tree Guaiacum officinale  Slow growing trees, Lignum vitae is hard and durable, and is also the densest wood traded.  “Lignum vitae” is Latin for “tree of life”, and derives its name from its medicinal uses.  The trees are indigenous to the Caribbean and the northern coast of South America and have been an important export crop to Europe since the beginning of the 16th century.  The wood was once very important for applications requiring a material with its extraordinary combination of strength, toughness, and...

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Narra Tree

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~ Narra Tree Pterocarpus indicus Narra is a big tree, growing to 100 ft high and 6 ft in diameter. Narra bears many long branches that are at first ascending, but eventually arching over and sometimes drooping at the ends. The flowers are small, yellow and fragrant. When flowering, the buds do not open in daily sequence. Instead, as the buds come to full size, they are kept waiting, to be triggered into opening. The opened flowers last for one day. After that, several days may pass before another batch of accumulated “ready” buds open. Whole avenues of such trees, blooming in...

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Pink Tecoma

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~ Pink Tecoma Tabebuia heterophylla Rosea, also known as Pink poui, Pink tecoma, Rosy trumpet tree, is a wide upright evergreen or deciduous tree with a long smooth trunk. Leaves are mid- to dark green in color. Funnel-shaped, white, pink or lilac flowers with yellow eyes fading to white are produced. In general, Tabebuia makes an excellent shade, lawn, or street tree, or border plant. Well suited to the coastal garden, this plant is tolerant of salt spray. Spring flowers are bell-shaped. Grow where soil is moist and fertile in full sun. Prune after flowering if tree needs...

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Puakenikeni

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~Puakenikeni Fagraea berteroana The tree is small and spreading and the flowers are plentiful much of the. Puakenikeni in Hawaiian translation means “ten cent flower”, which they sold for in the 1930’s when first introduced to Hawaii. The puakenikeni flower, referred to as “Fagraea berteroana” scientifically, is used in lei making throughout Hawaiʻi, as well as on the mainland. The Fagraea berteroana trees have green, blunt-tipped leaves and are 13 feet tall on average. The trees themselves have rather skinny trunks and branches. The puakenikeni flowers, which can range...

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Saraca Indica

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Saraca asoca A small evergreen tree with large heads of orange-red flowers which are highly perfumed at night.  One of the most legendary and sacred trees of India, and one of the most fascinating flowers in the Indian range of flower essences.  tubed flowers which open out into four oval lobes. Yellow when young, they become orange then crimson with age and from the effect of the sun’s rays.

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Stemmadenia Tree

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~Stemmadenia Also called Milky Way, is considered to be one of the most beautiful tropical ornamental trees in the world. The fragrance of abundant flowers is outstanding.  Not every gardener knows about this tree since it’s so rare, while it is as great as famous Perfume trees (Michelia champaca and Cananga odorata).  Its large white fragrant flowers of unusual shape are super-fragrant.  When in full bloom, perfume fills the area with a soft, very pleasant, musky sweetness, somewhat resembling Raphiolepis, or carnations mixed with cinnamon.  Stemmadenia is an eye-catching small...

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Ohai Alii

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Ohai Alii

~ Ohai Alii Ceasalpinia pulcherrima This is a very easy plant to grow.  Given full sun and well-drained soil it will perform very well.  It is not particular as to soil type as long as the soil is not waterlogged.  The ohai alii is salt and wind tolerant and quite resistant to drought stress once it is established. Because of its Hawaiian name, this plant is often thought to be a native plant.  It isn’t native to Hawaii, though.   As a matter of fact, it isn’t known where it is actually native, but some people believe it is native to the West Indies.  It is widely planted...

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Tasmanian Tree Fern

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~Tasmanian Tree Fern Dicksonia antarctica Perfect Fern for bringing down high walls in enclosed gardens, atrium’s and walled courtyards.  Place against a vertical surface to encourage bending or let it stand alone as a centerpiece.  Most attractive when grouped into a Fern dell, which is refreshing in hot climates. A lovely fern having bright green fronds with a fine lacy texture.  A dark brown trunk holds a spreading crown of feathery, arching fronds 3 to 6 ft. long.  Beautiful accent for a tropical effect. Slow growing, can get up to 15 ft. tall and 12 ft. wide Shade Loving, Full...

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