Evergreen, Shrubs, Trees
Grown for attractive, leathery foliage and showy flowers with prominent stamens. Best near the coast, where it tolerates wind and salt spray. Grow in well-drained soil. Sensitive to frost.Metrosideros polymorpha
Native to Hawaii. Slow-growing, highly variable plant; may form a small, erect to prostrate shrub or grow as a tree up to 100 ft. tall. The foliage is also variable, as are the flowers, which are produced throughout the year. Blossoms are commonly red but are also seen in white and shades of orange, pink, and yellow; they are used in leis.
Native Hawaiian tree grows 60 ft. tall and wide and produces a beautiful hardwood. Leaves are feathery...
From northwestern Australia. Grows to 3–4 1/2 ft. tall and wide. Similar to N. cordifolia
From Brazil, but naturalized at higher elevations throughout the Hawaiian Islands. Known botanically a...