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It is the yellow hibiscus that is called Pua Aloaloa. The hibiscus flower was adopted by Hawaiians as their official Territorial flower in the early 1920s. That flower remained the Territory's Flower until 1988 when the Pua Aloaloa was selected as Hawaii's state flower.
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “the Earth laughs in flowers.” If that is the case, the Hawaiian Islands must be the happiest places in the world.