Kahili ginger in the trees

Kahili Ginger in the trees at Kalopa Park, Hawaii

Kahili ginger flowers are invasive, but add a splash of color to the predominant greenery of Kalōpā Forest Reserve.

Posted in response to Becky’s July Squares challenge theme of ‘Trees.’ See more responses here.


16 thoughts on “Kahili ginger in the trees

    1. Graham Post author

      It’s pretty much a lost cause, but they do make the effort to remove it, particularly in areas where they’re trying to encourage native plants.

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