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SIR YOSIHIKO SINOTO (13-05)
Sir Yosihiko Sinoto (13-05) This spectacular, multi-dimensional blossom is named to honor Dr. Sir Yosihiko Sinoto, highly respected and beloved Bishop Museum Archaeologist known for his ground-breaking work in Hawai’i, Tahiti, and the Marquesas. 2 generations away from a tiny red native Hawaiian hibiscus (kokiʻo ʻulaʻula, H. clayi form newhousei), this 6” pua is simply gorgeous. He can bloom as shown or he sometimes blooms pure red.