- Flower nameHibiscus arnottianus
- Scientific nameHibiscus arnottianus
- AliasHawaiian WhiteHibiscus, Hibiscus arnottianus, ハイビスカス, ヒビスクス
- Place of originNorth America
- Place of floweringGreenhouse, Overseas, Specific area
- Flowering season
What is Hibiscus arnottianus
Hibiscus arnottianus (scientific name:Hibiscus arnottianus) is a low tall tree of the family Malvaceae native to the Oahu island.
It is a white hibiscus known as one of crossbred parents in the hibiscus original species.
The flower is a long thin petal flower with a light peach colored vein on a white background and has fragrance and a large number on branches.
In the center of the flower there is a red long flower pillar. From this species, hibiscus, a horticultural species that has been breeded in large numbers today, was born.
The species name "arnottianus" is a contribution to the Scottish botanist Dr. George Aarnot Walker.
General name:HHibiscus arnottianus, scientific name:Hibiscus arnottianus,
Origin: Oahu (Hawaii, USA),
tree: 8-10 m tall, leaf color: dark green, leaf shape:egg-shaped, leaf length:15-20 cm long, with serrated margins,
Flower color: white with peachy veins, crown length: 4-7 cm, flower diameter: 10 cm, flower column: red.