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Puakenikeni has a Hawaiian name, not because it is native to Hawaii (It isn't although it is widely cultivated). The story is that in the past, the flowers were sold for a penny (keni in Hawaiian) to tourists. It is native to Figi and other Pacific islands in that region.
Spotted on Aug 13, 2012 Submitted on Oct 12, 2012