A native tree (Pelea anisata), found only on Kaua'i, belonging to the citrus family. The small, leathery, cube-shaped, anise-scented fruits, which change from green to brown, are strung in
leis; they represent Kaua'i in the leis of the islands, as designated in 1923 by the Territorial legislature. The large leaves are also fragrant.
A variety of kava famous on Kaua'i; it has short, stubby inter-nodes. It is named for the mokihana fruit because of its fragrance.
A native variety of taro.