What are the rarest Plumeria?
I am new to Plumerias. I have been around them all my life in south Florida, but never grew one myself. So I started doing some research about them. Yet, nowhere could I find a place that explained why some Plumeria were considered rare and others were not. Is it the color combinations? Is it that they are not hybrids? I was checking out Ebay for Plumeria seeds and cuttings. I saw lots that said they were rare, but were not commanding a high price or getting loads of bids. Some gorgeous ones in Thailand, swoon! So, I come to the place I know there is true knowledge of Plumeria, for answers, "The GardenWeb!" :-)
I appreciate any information you can give me along with some tips of starting from seeds. (I love seeds)