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Portulaca molokiniensis, Hawaiian Portulaca, 'Ihi

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Portulaca molokiniensis

Hawaiian Portulaca, 'Ihi
Family: Portulacaceae
Origin: Pacific Islands
CaudexSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunModerate waterDry conditionsYellow/orange flowers

The thick rounded leaves are pale green and up to 2 inches in length. They often grow in four rows along the stems and tend to cluster at the ends of the branches. A cluster of small yellow cup-shaped flowers forms at the ends of thick stalks that arise from the center of the leaf rosettes.

Portulaca molokiniensis is easy to grow from tip cuttings.


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Portulaca molokiniensis, Hawaiian Portulaca, 'Ihi

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Portulaca molokiniensis, Hawaiian Portulaca, 'Ihi

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Portulaca molokiniensis, Hawaiian Portulaca, 'Ihi

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https://toptropicals.com/catalog/uid/portulaca_molokiniensis.htm