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nānāhonua

/ nā.nā.honua / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

n., A tropical American shrub (Brugmansia candida 🌐), known as the angel's trumpet; it bears white, trumpet-shaped, pendent flowers to about 25 cm long. Though flowers and leaves are poisonous to eat, the plant is grown for its high ornamental value. Literally, earth-gazing.

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