No. The breadfruit tree has a vast range that covers the of the east Indian continent to the many islands of the south seas. It is found in many more places than Hawaii.
The breadfruit tree’s original range extends across many Pacific islands, from New Guinea to Micronesia. It was introduced to Hawaii, possibly from Samoa in the 1100s. Later, it was introduced to Mexico, and from there has been planted in various tropical areas of the Americas, including the keys in Florida and Haiti. It usually cannot survive on the mainland of Florida or anywhere further north.
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