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by Darice Machel McGuire
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A yellow species called the Hawaiian hibiscus (Hibiscus brackenridgei) became the Hawaiian official state flower in 1988, despite it not being native... more
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A yellow species called the Hawaiian hibiscus (Hibiscus brackenridgei) became the Hawaiian official state flower in 1988, despite it not being native to Hawaii. This is Hawaii’s second official state flower. The first was the red hibiscus (Hibiscus kokio) which was native to Hawaii. Fame is fleeting.This is a moderately popular ornamental flower in Hawaii. Hawaiian hibiscus shrubs bear blooms almost every day, year round. The striking and beautiful yellow hibiscus is also known as the pua aloalo or ma'o hau hele in the Hawaiian language. Hibiscuses come in a floral rainbow of colors. Some hibiscuses are a mixture of colors, but one color will predominate.
White stands for purity, beauty and the female.
Yellow is associated with happiness, sunshine and good luck.
Pink is not only the favorite color of many little girls. It also stands for friendship and all kinds of love, not just romantic love.
Purple is associated with mystery, knowledge and the higher classes....
Darice Machel McGuire lives on the beautiful Island of Maui. Her Hawaii and California landscape oil and acrylic paintings are gracing the homes and offices of collectors nationally and internationally. McGuire's choice of subject matter comes from her love of nature and all that surrounds her on a daily basis. She paints in large and small formats. Her works are represented by Village Galleries in Lahaina, Karen Lei's Gallery in Kahakuloa, Karen Lei's Gallery in Ka'anapali, Kaukini Gallery in Kahakuloa, and Kingwell Island Art in Lahaina. All these locations are on the Island of Maui Maui. McGuire brings hands-on experience to her art. Her childhood years were spent shadowing her mother who is a fine art oil and watercolor artist and...