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Plants of Hawaii

Stock Images By Doris Miocinovic

Images of beautiful and colorful plants found in Hawaii. Some of them are cultivated, some grow in wild, some are endemic, some are indigenous, some are endangered, some are invasive...and many are not, but they all add a wide range of colors, shapes, tastes and fragrances to the islands.

single pink plumeria
pirie mango
Green leaf detail
Mauna Kea silversword
Pololu bay
Pineapple
White tropical flower
Hibiscus buds
Honey bee
Ohia lehua
Ohia lehua
Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii
Lei making
Lei making
Banyan tree, detail
New fern leaf opening, detail
New fern leaf opening
New fern leaf opening, detail
Back of taro, or kalo leaf
Taro, or kalo leaf
Two taro, or kalo leaaves
Taro, or kalo leaf
Green leaf with white veins, detail
Green leaf with white veins, detail
Opening or unfurling of green banana leaf, detail
Opening or unfurling of green banana leaf, detail
Opening or unfurling of green banana leaf, detail
Back-lit green banana leaf detail
Back-lit green banana leaf detail
Back-lit green banana leaf detail
Green banana leaf detail
Green banana leaf detail
Raindrops on green banana leaf
Raindrops on green banana leaf
Green banana leaf with raindrops
Green banana leaf with raindrops
Green banana leaf with raindrops
New banana leaf spiral
New banana leaf spiral
New banana leaf spiral
Philodendron Monstera deliciosa green leaf with holes,...
Philodendron Monstera deliciosa green leaf with holes,...
Areca palm trunk detail
Areca palm trunk detail
Areca palm trunk detail
Areca palm trunk detail
Taro, or kalo leaf detail
Taro, or kalo leaf detail
Taro, or kalo leaf detail
Taro, or kalo leaf detail
Pumpkin
Pumpkin
Pumpkins
Orange-maroon orchid flowers
Purple orchid flowers
Purple orchid flowers
Yellow orchid flowers
Orchid flower, detail
Orchid flowers
Haleakala Silversword plant detail, Maui, Hawaii
Haleakala Silversword plant detail, Maui, Hawaii
Haleakala Silversword plant detail, Maui, Hawaii
Haleakala Silversword plant detail, Maui, Hawaii
Haleakala Silversword plant, Maui, Hawaii
Flower and fresh natural foliage hat lei
Flower and fresh natural foliage hat lei
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath,...
Kukui nut lei (garland, wreath, necklace)
Kukui nut & shell lei (garland, wreath, necklace)
Guava fruit, Psidium littorale
Guava fruit, Psidium littorale
Strawberry guava fruit in a hand
Green onion, scallion growing
Aloe arborescens in bloom
Aloe arborescens leaves
Banana cluster growing
Banana cluster growing
Banana bunch growing
Palm trees, clouds and sky
Leaves with reflection
Petra Croton
Pumpkin
Pumpkin
Coconut halves
Coconut
Thai Basil
Noni fruit and flower
Three pink hibisuses
Cook pine forest
Brown hibiscus
Colorful hibiscus
Pink hibiscus
Red hibiscus
Under frangipani tree
Monkey pod
Honey bee
Yellow hibiscus
Yellow hibiscus
White hibiscus
Purple hibiscus
Pink hibiscus opening up
Papaya tree
Fern sprouting from pahoehoe lava
Fern sprouting from lava rock
White yellow plumeria, frangipani
Coconut palm fruit



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Photo Information for Plants of Hawaii

Photo 1. single pink plumeria single pink frangipani flower in a tree with green leaves in the background

Photo 2. pirie mango ripe mangifera indica in the tree

Photo 3. Green leaf detail Closeup of a back lit green leaf blade with diagonal midrib and vein patterns

Photo 4. Mauna Kea silversword Three stages of growth: Argyroxiphium sandwicense sandwicense from family Asteraceae on over 1500 m elevation volcanic alpine desert on Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Perennial endemic to Hawaii.

Photo 5. Pololu bay Bay view from Pololu valley overlook, North Kohala coast, Big Island, Hawaii.

Photo 6. Pineapple Single tropical fruit pineapple, or Ananas comosus growing in a field on a sunny day.

Photo 7. White tropical flower White tropical flower at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu.

Photo 8. Hibiscus buds Two red-and-yellow hibiscus buds with brown background. Photo taken at Queen Kapiolani Garden, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 9. Honey bee Honey bee on a lemon flower.

Photo 10. Ohia lehua Ohia lehua is a flowering evergreen tree endemic to six Hawaiian islands that grows well on lava, important in Hawaiian mythology. Detail of lehua flower blossoming.

Photo 11. Ohia lehua Ohia lehua is a flowering evergreen tree endemic to six Hawaiian islands that grows well on lava, also important in Hawaiian mythology. Detail of lehua flower blossoming.

Photo 12. Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii Kalo, taro, or dasheen, root and leaf vegetable, once main staple food in Hawaii, growing in paddy fields with abundant water, with mountains in the background

Photo 13.

Photo 14. Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii Kalo, taro, or dasheen, root and leaf vegetable, once main staple food in Hawaii, growing in paddy fields with abundant water.

Photo 15. Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii Kalo, taro, or dasheen, root and leaf vegetable, once main staple food in Hawaii, growing in paddy fields with abundant water, with mountains in the background

Photo 16. Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii Kalo, taro, or dasheen, root and leaf vegetable, once main staple food in Hawaii, growing in paddy fields with abundant water.

Photo 17. Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii Kalo, taro, or dasheen, root and leaf vegetable, once main staple food in Hawaii, growing in paddy fields with abundant water.

Photo 18. Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii Kalo, taro, or dasheen, root and leaf vegetable, once main staple food in Hawaii, growing in paddy fields with abundant water.

Photo 19. Kalo or taro field, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii Kalo, taro, or dasheen, root and leaf vegetable, once main staple food in Hawaii, growing in paddy fields with abundant water, with mountains in the background and white clouds covering most of the sky.

Photo 20. Lei making Hands weaving a lei from kukui nut and fern leaves.

Photo 21. Lei making Hands weaving a lei from kukui nut and fern leaves.

Photo 22. Banyan tree, detail Banyan, strangler fig, or banian tree aerial prop roots grew into thick woody trunks

Photo 23. New fern leaf opening, detail Unfurling new fern leaf, detail. Indigenous plant of Kauai, Hawaii.

Photo 24. New fern leaf opening Unfurling new fern leaf, detail. Indigenous plant of Kauai, Hawaii.

Photo 25. New fern leaf opening, detail Unfurling new fern leaf, detail. Indigenous plant of Kauai, Hawaii.

Photo 26. Back of taro, or kalo leaf Back of taro, kalo, or dasheen heart-shaped leaf (with visible vains) of a tropical plant grown primarily as a vegetable food and secondarily as leaf vegetable. Symbol of staple foods in Oceanic and Pacific cultures, believed to be one of the earliest cultivated plants, also toxic in its raw form due to the presence of calcium oxalate. In Hawaii, taro root is used to make poi, a starchy staple.

Photo 27. Taro, or kalo leaf Taro, kalo, or dasheen heart-shaped leaf (with visible vains) of a tropical plant grown primarily as a vegetable food and secondarily as leaf vegetable. Symbol of staple foods in Oceanic and Pacific cultures, believed to be one of the earliest cultivated plants, also toxic in its raw form due to the presence of calcium oxalate. In Hawaii, taro root is used to make poi, a starchy staple.

Photo 28. Two taro, or kalo leaaves Taro, kalo, or dasheen heart-shaped leaves (with visible vains) of a tropical plant grown primarily as a vegetable food and secondarily as leaf vegetable. Symbol of staple foods in Oceanic and Pacific cultures, believed to be one of the earliest cultivated plants, also toxic in its raw form due to the presence of calcium oxalate. In Hawaii, taro root is used to make poi, a starchy staple.

Photo 29. Taro, or kalo leaf Taro, kalo, or dasheen heart-shaped leaf (with visible vains) of a tropical plant grown primarily as a vegetable food and secondarily as leaf vegetable. Symbol of staple foods in Oceanic and Pacific cultures, believed to be one of the earliest cultivated plants, also toxic in its raw form due to the presence of calcium oxalate. In Hawaii, taro root is used to make poi, a starchy staple.

Photo 30. Green leaf with white veins, detail Closeup detail of a green leaf with white palmate veins. Several primary veins are diverging from a point, resembling a butterfly.

Photo 31. Green leaf with white veins, detail Closeup detail of a green leaf with white palmate veins. Several primary veins are diverging from a point, resembling a butterfly.

Photo 32. Opening or unfurling of green banana leaf, detail Closeup detail of opening, or unfurling of a green banana leaf showing the pattern of parallel veins.

Photo 33. Opening or unfurling of green banana leaf, detail Closeup detail of opening, or unfurling of a green banana leaf showing the pattern of parallel veins.

Photo 34. Opening or unfurling of green banana leaf, detail Closeup detail of opening, or unfurling of a green banana leaf showing the pattern of parallel veins.

Photo 35. Back-lit green banana leaf detail Closeup detail of a back-lit green banana leaf showing the pattern of parallel veins.

Photo 36. Back-lit green banana leaf detail Closeup detail of a back-lit green banana leaf showing the pattern of parallel veins.

Photo 37. Back-lit green banana leaf detail Closeup detail of a back-lit green banana leaf showing the pattern of parallel veins.

Photo 38. Green banana leaf detail Closeup detail of a green banana leaf showing the pattern of parallel veins and shadows created by leaf texture.

Photo 39. Green banana leaf detail Closeup detail of a green banana leaf showing the pattern of parallel veins and shadows created by leaf texture.

Photo 40. Raindrops on green banana leaf Closeup detail of a wet green banana leaf showing parallel veins and raindrops. Parts of the photo are in focus, and others are out of focus due to the shallow depth of field.

Photo 41. Raindrops on green banana leaf Closeup detail of a wet green banana leaf showing parallel veins and raindrops. Parts of the photo are in focus, and others are out of focus due to the shallow depth of field.

Photo 42. Green banana leaf with raindrops Closeup detail of green banana leaf with visible parallel veins and raindrops. Parts of the photo are in focus, and others are out of focus due to the shallow depth of field.

Photo 43. Green banana leaf with raindrops Closeup detail of green banana leaf with visible parallel veins and raindrops. Parts of the photo are in focus, and others are out of focus due to the shallow depth of field.

Photo 44. Green banana leaf with raindrops Closeup detail of green banana leaf with visible parallel veins and raindrops. Parts of the photo are in focus, and others are out of focus due to the shallow depth of field.

Photo 45. New banana leaf spiral New banana leaf tight in spiral growing supported by an open green leaf with visible veins.

Photo 46. New banana leaf spiral New banana leaf tight in spiral growing supported by an open green leaf with visible veins.

Photo 47. New banana leaf spiral New banana leaf tight in spiral growing supported by an open green leaf with visible veins.

Photo 48. Philodendron Monstera deliciosa green leaf with holes, structure detail Structure detail of a back lit, large and imposing Philodendron Monstera deliciosa, also called Ceriman or Swiss Cheese Plant green textured leaf with holes and veins, and black background. Philodendron is large genus of Araceae family, it grows in humid tropical forests, but is often grown as an ornamental or indoor plant.

Photo 49. Philodendron Monstera deliciosa green leaf with holes, structure detail Structure detail of a back lit, large and imposing Philodendron Monstera deliciosa, also called Ceriman or Swiss Cheese Plant. Green textured leaf with holes and veins with black background. Philodendron is large genus of Araceae family, it grows in humid tropical forests, but is often grown as an ornamental or indoor plant.

Photo 50. Areca palm trunk detail Areca Palm, or Dypsis Lutescens trunks detail showing bamboo-like patterns in green, brown, orange and gray colors.

Photo 51. Areca palm trunk detail Areca Palm, or Dypsis Lutescens trunks detail showing bamboo-like patterns in green, brown, orange and gray colors.

Photo 52. Areca palm trunk detail Areca Palm, or Dypsis Lutescens trunks detail showing bamboo-like patterns in green, brown, orange and gray colors.

Photo 53. Areca palm trunk detail Areca Palm, or Dypsis Lutescens trunks detail showing bamboo-like patterns in green, brown, orange and gray colors.

Photo 54. Taro, or kalo leaf detail Backlit taro, kalo, dasheen, gabi, dalo, seppankizhangu, chembu, Arvee, kochu, or karkalo leaf detail (with visible vains) of a tropical plant grown primarily as a vegetable food and secondarily as leaf vegetable. Symbol of staple foods in Oceanic and Pacific cultures, believed to be one of the earliest cultivated plants, also toxic in its raw form due to the presence of calcium oxalate.

Photo 55. Taro, or kalo leaf detail Backlit taro, kalo, dasheen, gabi, dalo, seppankizhangu, chembu, Arvee, kochu, or karkalo leaf detail (with visible vains) of a tropical plant grown primarily as a vegetable food and secondarily as leaf vegetable. Symbol of staple foods in Oceanic and Pacific cultures, believed to be one of the earliest cultivated plants, also toxic in its raw form due to the presence of calcium oxalate.

Photo 56. Taro, or kalo leaf detail Backlit taro, kalo, dasheen, gabi, dalo, seppankizhangu, chembu, Arvee, kochu, or karkalo leaf detail (with visible vains) of a tropical plant grown primarily as a vegetable food and secondarily as leaf vegetable. Symbol of staple foods in Oceanic and Pacific cultures, believed to be one of the earliest cultivated plants, also toxic in its raw form due to the presence of calcium oxalate.

Photo 57. Taro, or kalo leaf detail Backlit taro, kalo, dasheen, gabi, dalo, seppankizhangu, chembu, Arvee, kochu, or karkalo leaf detail (with visible vains) of a tropical plant grown primarily as a vegetable food and secondarily as leaf vegetable. Symbol of staple foods in Oceanic and Pacific cultures, believed to be one of the earliest cultivated plants, also toxic in its raw form due to the presence of calcium oxalate.

Photo 58. Pumpkin A pumpkin in a field at Aloun Farms, outside of Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii. Ripe orange pumpkins, or squash-like fruit. Genus Cucurbita, family Cucurbitaceae is a source contains nutrients such as lutein, alpha and beta carotene, and helps produce vitamin A in human body.

Photo 59. Pumpkin A pumpkin in a field at Aloun Farms, outside of Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii. Ripe orange pumpkins, or squash-like fruit. Genus Cucurbita, family Cucurbitaceae is a source contains nutrients such as lutein, alpha and beta carotene, and helps produce vitamin A in human body.

Photo 60. Pumpkins Picked pumpkins at Aloun Farms Pumpkin Patch, outside of Kapolei, Oahu, Hawaii. Ripe orange pumpkins, or squash-like fruit. Genus Cucurbita, family Cucurbitaceae is a source contains nutrients such as lutein, alpha and beta carotene, and helps produce vitamin A in human body.

Photo 61. Orange-maroon orchid flowers Orchid flowers, or Orchidaceae with orange and maroon tepals/sepals and petals. The Orchid family is the largest family of flowering plants.

Photo 62. Purple orchid flowers Orchid flowers, or Orchidaceae with purple tepals/sepals and petals. The Orchid family is the largest family of flowering plants.

Photo 63. Purple orchid flowers Orchid flowers, or Orchidaceae with purple tepals/sepals and petals. The Orchid family is the largest family of flowering plants.

Photo 64. Yellow orchid flowers Orchid flowers, or Orchidaceae with yellow tepals/sepals and petals. The Orchid family is the largest family of flowering plants.

Photo 65. Orchid flower, detail Orchid flower, or Orchidaceae with purple tepals/sepals and petals, and purple and yellow upper medial petal, labellum, or lip. The Orchid family is the largest family of flowering plants.

Photo 66. Orchid flowers Orchid flowers, or Orchidaceae with beige, green, purple, maroon, tepals/sepals and petals. The Orchid family is the largest family of flowering plants.

Photo 67. Haleakala Silversword plant detail, Maui, Hawaii Detail of succulent leaves covered with silver hairs arranged in a spherical formation at ground level of the Haleakala Silversword, or Argyroxiphium sandwicense macrocephalum, or āhinahina growing on volcanic cinder. It has been a threatened species. This plant is rare, only found on the island of Maui (Hawaii) on slopes of the dormant Haleakalā volcano at an elevation of 2,100 to 3,000 m.

Photo 68. Haleakala Silversword plant detail, Maui, Hawaii Detail of succulent leaves covered with silver hairs arranged in a spherical formation at ground level of the Haleakala Silversword, or Argyroxiphium sandwicense macrocephalum, or āhinahina growing on volcanic cinder. It has been a threatened species. This plant is rare, only found on the island of Maui (Hawaii) on slopes of the dormant Haleakalā volcano at an elevation of 2,100 to 3,000 m.

Photo 69. Haleakala Silversword plant detail, Maui, Hawaii Detail of succulent leaves covered with silver hairs arranged in a spherical formation at ground level of the Haleakala Silversword, or Argyroxiphium sandwicense macrocephalum, or āhinahina growing on volcanic cinder. It has been a threatened species. This plant is rare, only found on the island of Maui (Hawaii) on slopes of the dormant Haleakalā volcano at an elevation of 2,100 to 3,000 m.

Photo 70. Haleakala Silversword plant detail, Maui, Hawaii Detail of succulent leaves covered with silver hairs arranged in a spherical formation at ground level of the Haleakala Silversword, or Argyroxiphium sandwicense macrocephalum, or āhinahina growing on volcanic cinder. It has been a threatened species. This plant is rare, only found on the island of Maui (Hawaii) on slopes of the dormant Haleakalā volcano at an elevation of 2,100 to 3,000 m.

Photo 71. Haleakala Silversword plant, Maui, Hawaii Succulent leaves covered with silver hairs arranged in a spherical formation at ground level of the Haleakala Silversword, or Argyroxiphium sandwicense macrocephalum, or āhinahina growing on volcanic cinder. It has been a threatened species. This plant is rare, only found on the island of Maui (Hawaii) on slopes of the dormant Haleakalā volcano at an elevation of 2,100 to 3,000 m.

Photo 72. Flower and fresh natural foliage hat lei Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, or wreath, arranged in patterns and placed to decorate a hat.

Photo 73. Flower and fresh natural foliage hat lei Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, or wreath, arranged in patterns and placed to decorate a hat.

Photo 74. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 75. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 76. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 77. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 78. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 79. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 80. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 81. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 82. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 83. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 84. Flower and fresh natural foliage lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Flowers and fresh natural foliage strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, arranged in patterns.

Photo 85. Kukui nut lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Kukui nuts with various finishes strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, forming colorful linear patterns.

Photo 86. Kukui nut & shell lei (garland, wreath, necklace) Kukui nuts with various finishes strung together and shells strung together forming a lei, garland, wreath, or necklace, forming colorful linear patterns.

Photo 87. Guava fruit, Psidium littorale Two yellow guava, or Psidium littorale halves on a plate.

Photo 88. Guava fruit, Psidium littorale Yellow whole and cut guavas, or Psidium littorale on a bamboo place mat.

Photo 89. Strawberry guava fruit in a hand A hand holding three strawberry guavas or Psidium littorale var. cattleianum, also known as Cattley or Peruvian guava, small red sweet and sour fruit. Strawberry guava grows as a small tree and is invasive species in Hawaii. It is very difficult to eradicate.

Photo 90. Green onion, scallion growing Green, spring, or salad onion, known as scallion growing in an organic garden.

Photo 91. Aloe arborescens in bloom Bright orange-red blossoms and blue-gray, large, thick, fleshy leaves of Aloe arborescens. Aloe is a flowering succulent plant native to Africa. Leaves are lance-shaped with a sharp apex and a spiny margin. Aloe flowers are tubular, and borne on densely clustered, leafless stems. Aloe arborescens isthe only other member of the Aloe family claimed to be as effective as Aloe Vera for medical uses.

Photo 92. Aloe arborescens leaves Blue-gray, large, thick, fleshy leaves of Aloe arborescens. Aloe is a flowering succulent plant native to Africa. Leaves are lance-shaped with a sharp apex and a spiny margin. Aloe arborescens is the only other member of the Aloe family claimed to be as effective as Aloe Vera for medical use

Photo 93. Banana cluster growing Cluster of green bananas, detail.

Photo 94. Banana cluster growing Cluster of green bananas, detail.

Photo 95. Banana bunch growing Bunch of green bananas growing on the tree, detail.

Photo 96. Palm trees, clouds and sky Palm trees reaching for the clouds and sky.

Photo 97. Leaves with reflection Yellow and brown mango leaves reflecting off of a rained on concrete.

Photo 98. Petra Croton Colorful leaves of Petra Croton, or Codiaeum Variegatum on a rainy day.

Photo 99. Pumpkin Ripe orange pumpkin, or squash-like fruit with a stem in a field. Genus Cucurbita, family Cucurbitaceae is a source contains nutrients such as lutein, alpha and beta carotene, and helps produce vitamin A in human body.

Photo 100. Pumpkin Ripe orange pumpkin, or squash-like fruit with a stem in a field. Genus Cucurbita, family Cucurbitaceae is a source contains nutrients such as lutein, alpha and beta carotene, and helps produce vitamin A in human body.

Photo 101. Coconut halves Coconut, or cocos halves.

Photo 102. Coconut Coconut, or cocos germination pores.

Photo 103. Thai Basil Thai Basil, or O. basilicum var. thyrsiflora leaves on white background.

Photo 104. Noni fruit and flower Morinda citrifolia, commonly known as Great morinda, Indian mulberry, Beach mulberry, Tahitian Noni, or since recently: Noni (from Hawaiian), Nono (in Tahitian), Mengkudu (from indonesia), Nonu (in Tongan), and Ach (in Hindi), is a shrub or small tree in the family Rubiaceae.

Photo 105. Three pink hibisuses Side view of three pink hibiscuses after rain. Photo taken at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 106. Cook pine forest Cook pine, or Araucaria columnaris forest on Wa`ahila Ridge State Recreation Area, Ko`olau Range, Oahu, Hawaii.

Photo 107. Brown hibiscus Rarely found brown hibiscus with bright red stigmas and bright yellow stamens. Photo taken after rain at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 108. Colorful hibiscus Side view at a colorful hibiscus with vertical stigmas and stamens. Photo taken in Kaimuki, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 109. Pink hibiscus Close up view at pink hibiscus vertical stigmas and stamens. Photo taken at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 110. Red hibiscus Direct view at a red hibiscus flower growing outside of wire fence. Photo taken on the streets of Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 111. Under frangipani tree Looking up pink plumeria or frangipani tree blossom.

Photo 112. Monkey pod View up Saman, Rain Tree or Monkey Pod's wide-canopy. Monkey Pod or Albizia saman originated in South America and is categorized as invasive species in Hawaii (where this photo was taken).

Photo 113. Honey bee Honey bee pollinating lemon tree flower.

Photo 114. Yellow hibiscus Side view of a whole yellow hibiscus showing stigmas and stamens as well as their shadow through one of the petals. Photo taken at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 115. Yellow hibiscus Close-up side view at stigmas and stamens of a back lit yellow hibiscus. Photo taken at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 116. White hibiscus Direct view at stigmas and stamens of a white hibiscus. Photo taken at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 117. Purple hibiscus Close up angled view at stigmas and stamens of a purple hibiscus. Photo taken at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 118. Pink hibiscus opening up Direct view at spiral opening of a pink-and-white hibiscus showing dark yellow stigmas. Photo taken at Queen Kapiolani Garden in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Photo 119. Papaya tree Papaya tree with green fruits and white flowers.

Photo 120. Fern sprouting from pahoehoe lava Fern sprouting from the crack of hardened pahoehoe lava symbolizing new beginning, resilience, hope, power of nature, and contrast of soft and hard. Big Island, Hawaii.

Photo 121. Fern sprouting from lava rock Fern sprouting from the crack of hardened lava symbolizing new beginning, resilience, hope, power of nature, and contrast of soft and hard. Big Island, Hawaii.

Photo 122. White yellow plumeria, frangipani Blossom of tropical, fragrant white yellow plumeria, or frangipani surrounded with green leaves.

Photo 123. Coconut palm fruit Detail of coconuts ripening on palm.