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A plumeria relative

Posted by mjhuntingtonbeach 10b (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 17, 14 at 0:38

Had this growing in the backyard for a few years and it surpised me with three inflo's this year.


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Another view


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One last view of the whole plant.


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Pachypodium, commonly known as Madagascar Palm. I see small ones in local greenhouses, but never knew what the flowers looked like. Pretty! Are they as fragrant as plumeria?


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BINGO.... pachypodium lamerei.... and no fragrance that I can detect but my nose is not the best.


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