Dodonaea viscosa, A’ali’i
A’ali’i is an indigenous shrub in Hawaii that grows in many ecosystems. It is a major restoration species because it the shrubs can cover large areas and displace weeds. It grows to about 10 feet tall in dry, sunny areas. But it can grow to over 20 feet tall in higher, wetter elevations. It is susceptible to root rot so overwatering is not recommended.
Approximately 20 seeds.
How to grow:
Soak seeds in water overnight to hasten germination. Plant in well drained soil. Keep soil moist but not soaking. Keep in filtered light, 60-90 degrees f.