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Waikoloa Wiliwili

A lone Wiliwili (Erythrina sandwicensis) stands tall on the grassy drylands of Waikoloa, while windswept clouds streak across the moonlit sky.

These endemic trees grow to a height of 15 to 30 feet, and have thick, stout trunks that make them very distinctive in Hawaiian dry forests. Beautiful clusters of orange to white blossoms appear during the late summer, usually after the trees lose all of their leaves, then remaining bare through the winter months.

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Waikoloa Wiliwili
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Bruce Omori
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A lone Wiliwili (Erythrina sandwicensis) stands tall on the grassy drylands of Waikoloa, while windswept clouds streak across the moonlit sky.<br />
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These endemic trees grow to a height of 15 to 30 feet, and have thick, stout trunks that make them very distinctive in Hawaiian dry forests.  Beautiful clusters of orange to white blossoms appear during the late summer, usually after the trees lose all of their leaves, then remaining bare through the winter months.