The adventures of Terri and Kevan Clawson on the island of Tinian in the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.
Looks like hibiscus.
Kevan, perhaps you can show Janet King where this was taken and ask for permission to cut about 6 - 8 inches of the stem of the flower. Make sure to cut it at an angle. Then what she wants to do next is to cut the stem about 3-4 inches, and then plant it in a pot. The plant should grow.
I have explained to Janet about where I took the picture... I take so many, it is hard to remember. I believe it was in the garden of a home up on Carolina Heights, around where the new gravel pit (yuck) is.
Hibiscus. Hi, my name is Trent Aldan am currently residing in Tacoma, WA but originally from the beautiful Island of Tinian. I just want to thank you guys for the pictures you put up. My kids and I try to look for pictures on line but all we find are old pictures, then we found this site and now we look at them every week. My kids love it. It brings them closer to home..pls. tale more pictures my house is to the right of Sylvestre Palacios of Marpo Heights..thanks again
Dear Kevan, thanks for posting up all these beautiful pictures of Tinian on your site. i am a chamorrita from Tinian currently living in Oregon, and these pictures always bring me closer to home everytime i log on to your blog. keep up the great work!
I don't know much about flowers, but this looks like a crossbred Hibiscus flower, there's so many of 'em on the islands.If you want the exact same flower, I guess you should take what the 1st anonymous said into account.My 2 cents.
hi...looks like a hibiscus to me too
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