This is one of the few plumeria's where the label stayed intact with the seedling, This one was labeled Tomlinson and is opening for the 1st time, should be interesting to see how much it matchws its parent or not
Is is just the angle or does that bloom look like it's going to be really big? I'm anxious to see this one. Lot of seedlings blooming in the dead of winter it seems. I have a Thai seedling that I have had for 3 years that is close to opening, another week or so. It appears not to be white or yellow, at this point, but a little too early to tell. I'm anxious to see this one of yours.
Looks like it will be a beautiful flower. Please post pictures when it opens.
Almost opened now
a little more
opened up after a rain shower
Wow, that is a REALLY nice flower, I love it! The markings are very pretty and I really love the shape and overlap of the petals.
Do I see some veining? She's gorgeous! What about the fragrance?
This post was edited by SagoLover on Mon, Feb 3, 14 at 17:29
The 1st flower to bloom didnt have too much in the way of yellow, but as you can see some of the later flowers have opened up and the yellow is coming into its own, as for the frangrance it has a really strong crisp peach scent...
The only thing the plant has in common with Tomlinson (parents plants seed) are the shape of the petals
all in all this has to be the best of my seed grown project.......so far :)
I can't decide which version of this I love better - they are both so fabulous!!
another look the plant's flowers seem to keep changing colors
Wow Congrats Jimmy! You have the beginnings of an awesome new variety! I cannot wait to see how the flower changes until it hits the 3rd bloom cycle. Then you will get to see the final product, and going by this flower, I bet it will truly be gorgeous!
Very beauty, this is why I enjoy seeds also, you never know what you can get. Great job, Barb
WOW! Unbelievably gorgeous! Reminds me of JL Haleakala!