Hibiscus flowers have been popular in surf culture ever since the popularity of surfing erupted in the 1950’s and 1960’s. The Pua Aloalo (Hibiscus Brackenridgei) is the official state flower of Hawaii. In 1988 this yellow hibiscus native to the islands was selected as the 50th states official flower. Now they can be seen on vehicles throughout the islands in the form of vinyl stickers. This trend has been going strong for over 10 years now and it has spread across the Pacific Ocean from California to Florida and everywhere in between. Inbloom Stickers has offered over 30 different hibiscus stickers over the last 8 years. We have some hibiscus stickers just by themselves, some with turtles mixed in, hibiscus flowers mixed into words and even a hibiscus sticker we made for our Endless Summer collection. We offer them in our mini, shorty, regular and strip sizes. Below is a list and link to our current hibiscus stickers that we offer. Aloha and enjoy!
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