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Sida fallax, known as in Hawaiian, is a species of herbaceous flowering plant in the Hibiscus family, Malvaceae, that occurs on some Pacific Islands. The flowers are small, {{safesubst:#invoke:convert|convert}} in diameter, have five petals, and are a golden yellow in color. Plants may be erect or prostrate and are found in drier areas in sandy soils, often near the ocean. Ilima is the symbol of Laloimehani and is the flower for the island of [[Oahu|O]].

Ilima grows from 6 inches to 10 ft tall in prostrate (beach growing) and erect (upland shrub) forms. Lowland has silver-green foliage, mountain varieties have smooth, green foliage. Leaves can be long and narrow or rounded or heartshaped with finely to coarsely serrated leaf margins. Flowers may be solitary or occur in small clusters. <ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=news

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Sida fallax, known as in Hawaiian, is a species of herbaceous flowering plant in the Hibiscus family, Malvaceae, that occurs on some Pacific Islands. The flowers are small, {{safesubst:#invoke:convert|convert}} in diameter, have five petals, and are a golden yellow in color. Plants may be erect or prostrate and are found in drier areas in sandy soils, often near the ocean. Ilima is the symbol of Laloimehani and is the flower for the island of [[Oahu|O]].

Ilima grows from 6 inches to 10 ft tall in prostrate (beach growing) and erect (upland shrub) forms. Lowland has silver-green foliage, mountain varieties have smooth, green foliage. Leaves can be long and narrow or rounded or heartshaped with finely to coarsely serrated leaf margins. Flowers may be solitary or occur in small clusters. <ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=news

}}</ref>
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