- Flower nameHibiscus kokio saint johnianus
- Scientific nameHibiscus kokio ssp.saintjohnianus
- Aliasセントジョニアヌ, ヒビスクス, Hibiscus saintjohnianus, ハイビスカス, Hibiscus kokio, ヒビスクス・コキオ・セントジョニアヌ, ヒビスクス コキオ セントジョニアヌス
- Place of originKauai island
- Place of floweringSubtropical region, Specific area
- Flowering seasonJune, July, August, September
What is Hibiscus kokio saint johnianus
Hibiscus kokio saint johnianus (scientific name: Hibiscus kokio ssp. Saintjohnianus, scientific name: "Hibiscus kokio ssp.saintjohnianus") is an endemic species of Kauai Island and is a tropical evergreen shrub of the family Malvaceae. It is a rare species native to Makawao in Kauai island. It is a tropical hibiscus species that makes yellow or orange flowers bloom. The genus "Hibiscus" is a Latin word for "Hibis (Egyptian goddess)", species species name "saintjohnianus" is a contribution to a botanist botanist "Harold St. John".
Common name:Hibiscus Kokio Saint Jonianus, Scientific name: Hibiscus kokio ssp. Saintjohnianusy, aka: St. Johns hibiscus, Place of origin: Kauai Island of the Hawaiian islands, Life type: evergreen shrub, tree height: 3 to 7 m, tree width: 0.9 to 1.2 m, leaf shape: ovoid, leafy: glossy, leaf color: green, leaf margin: saw tooth, leaves: alternate, flower color: Yellow and orange, flower size: 4 to 7 cm, number of petals: single, number of petals: 5, number of sepals: 5, fragrance: no, flowering period: June to September (anniversary in origin), fruit type: Fruit color: brown.