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ʻōhelo papa

/ ʻō.helo papa / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

n., A native strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis 🌐 var. sandwicensis) growing on Hawaiʻi and Maui between altitudes of 1,050 and 1,800 m, and closely related to varieties from Alaska and Patagonia. The whole plant, except the upper side of the leaves, is silky-hairy. Fruits ripen from June to September, and are red. Other cultivated species and varieties, with larger fruits, are grown in Hawaiʻi.

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    • Neal 393.

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