‘Ena’ena (Pseudognaphalium sandwicensium var. molokaiense) is an endemic species that is federally listed as threatened and endangered. This species is primarily found on the island of Moloka’i, but can also be found on the northwest coast of Maui (see habitat regions in blue). This small, low growing annual has silvery fuzzy leaves and yellow flowers that produce small dandelion-like seeds dispersed by the wind. ‘Ena’ena grow in a variety of substrates from mineral soils to cinder or sandy soil and prefer hot, dry climates. See the complete story at https://arcg.is/i54Lm