This is a Hala tree, otherwise known as Screw Pine or Tourist Pineapple because unfamiliar tourists think it’s a pineapple. The fruit is edible and the long leaves contain fibers used for weaving.
Posted by harlsmits on August 30, 2012 in adventure, nature, travel
Tags: hawaii, oahu, plants
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