There are always flowers of some sort here in Honolulu. One of the things about coming at different times of year is that you catch different plants flowering.
I am not sure what these trees are, other than I know they are no longer planting them as they are not native. (If my younger daughter were here, I’m sure she would be able to tell us what they are and how they are being managed.) It’s interesting that the blossoms develop along the branch but not at the tip. There are clusters of blossoms and then more leaves beyond.
Some yellow hibiscus in Kapiolani Park, adjacent to Waikiki beach.
We have often seen plumeria blooming on other visits, but not nearly so prolifically as this June.
While I’m at it, let’s throw in another couple of photos!
Looking out from lunch at Lulu’s near Waikiki. We were sitting at the edge of the second floor, which, like many restaurants and hotel lobbies, is open rather than walled off.
A pair of bird of paradise blossoms outside our hotel.