Flowering Hibiscus trees bloom with new flowers each day, yielding thousands of flowers in the span of 100 days, and are renowned for their power of regeneration due to the retention of water. Symbolic of a delicate beauty, Hibiscus blooms early in the morning and fades in the evening, regenerating itself in an expression of infinite vitality.

Even under the sweltering heat of the sun, a single hibiscus tree can yield as many as five thousand flowers throughout the summer. Mugunghwa, the Korean word for hibiscus, means “flower of eternity,” named for its endless cycle of blooming and fading.