This seed grown frangipani is now flowering for its 2nd year and finally has been planted into the ground
hope you like
Awesome! Wish we could plant these in the ground here!
what is the fragrance like? roxanne
The scent is typical of rubra, not over powering, hoping when it gets bigger it will add a nice perfume to my property on those hot summer afternoons
What a nice winter pick-me-up! I take it you're in Australia? We're dealing with record cold temps here in the U.S. Thanks for the photo!
Yep in Australia, while you guys are freezing yer butts off we had a day here that was (converting to Fahrenheit) 109.04 degree's and most of my plumeria's in pots had copped a hammering, but they are strong and bounced back with a good watering.
Here is a Plumeria Stenophylla after a rain shower to keep the tropical heat feeling going.
Very nice looking flowers. thanks for posting. My experience has also been almost daily watering of pots is required when temperatures are routinely above 98 degrees (37 C).