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The fruit of the galphimia contains seeds that can be used to propagate new plants. (Photo

The fruit of the galphimia contains seeds that can be used to propagate new plants. (Photo courtesy/davesgarden.com) As galphimia flowers fade the small fruit develops which contains seeds. (Photo courtesy / Kim and Forest Starr) The plant we know as galphimia is also commonly referred to as “spray of gold” in the many tropical and subtropical areas that it graces. The common name for this lovely shrub perfectly describes the sprays of small, lightly perfumed gold colored flowers that it produces year round. In addition to adding background color to a landscape, galphimias also work well in a hedge, as potted specimens or as an attractive center of interest in a garden. It is especially well suited to hot, sunny, somewhat dry areas but does not tolerate salt spray well. Consider growing galphimia anywhere in West Hawaii that is at least 100 feet above sea level. Galphimia is the genus name for this plant that is a member of the small Malpighiaceae family. Named after the 17th century Italian botanist Marcell Malpighi, the family includes around 10 Galphimia species as well as about 40 in the genus Malpighia including the acerola cherry tree (Magpighia emarginata). Plants in the...