Koʻoloaʻula (Abutilon menziesii) is a flowering shrub in the mallow family endemic to Hawaii. Fewer than 500 plants occur in the wild. Throughout the islands, the species' low elevation dry habitat has been destroyed or altered by agriculture, urban development, alien plants and animals, and fire. More about this species on EOL: http://eol.org/pages/584742/details Image by Paul D. Massey via Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, Department of Botany (cc-by-nc-sa)
DWARF POINCIANA - RED PEACOCK FLOWER (Caesalpinia pulcherrima). Peacock flower lives up to its name with incredibly showy blossoms of orange & red. The striking flowers are an attention grabber! Stem, branches & petioles are armed with sharp spines. Leaves are fernlike & twice compound, with many small, oval leaflets. Flowers are bowl shaped, 2-3" across, with 5 crinkled, unequal red &orange petals.