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I.D. if possible

Posted by jwhite2947 Central Arkansas (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 5, 12 at 17:39

I was given several of these plants several years ago, and I fell in love with plumerias The pictured plumeria is super easy to grow and propagate -- even in central Arkansas. I have always been curious as to its name. Even if you have a "maybe" I would be interested. I just found this forum. I am finding the information from the posts very helpful. Thanks to everyone who has time to contribute.


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RE: I.D. if possible

Just from that picture, it looks like it could be a C Stars Pacific Pearl. What's the scent like? PP has what they call a "strong traditional frangipani scent". Mine is still putting out a flower or two, it's been flowering since back in June.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pacific Pearl


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RE: I.D. if possible

Thank you so much for your help. It does look very much like the Pacific Pearl. I am sorry but I can't give you any information about the scent. I can't detect the odor from my plumerias even though others tell me they can. My loss. I don't know if it is age (I'm 65) or what. I am really jealous when I read descriptions of the scents from plumerias. Thanks again.


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