The neat thing about living in Hawaii is that right outside of your home or office, you can find little glimpses of paradise...These are some I found outside my aunty's house.
Wai'wi (pronounced "y.v.") also known as strawberry-guava, is called this because when ripened, it is red like a strawberry and they are smaller than the other guavas found in Hawaii. These guava are great to make jellies and jams with...Ono! (delicious)
Tiare gardenia or sometimes called Tahitian gardenia. These fragrant flowers are perfect hair accessories, one resting on the ear. If the flower is on the left side, you are free. The right side, you are taken. And if you wear them on both sides, you are taken but you're looking for another.
The yellow hibiscus is the state flower of Hawaii. You can find this plant as landscaping shrubs all around the islands.