Image of Brighamia rockii
This member of the Campanulaceae family was
described by Harold St. John in 1969. It is only found on The Hawaiian
island Molokai. It grows on the hill-sides in well-drained soil with
some water and lots of sun. It can grow to 5 meters with a stem 25
centimetres in diameter, and the flowers are
white. Forrest Anderson send me some seeds from CSSA seed depot.
around 20-25 C.
Sadly, there are now fewer than 100 Brighamia
rockii, plants growing on Moloka’i.