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.

Sir Yosihiko SInoto 13-05


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