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Plumerias for a beginner

Posted by CAST1 9b Arizona (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 5, 14 at 22:22

What are some good plumerias for a beginner?

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RE: Plumerias for a beginner

Celadine is the most fragrant and cold-hardy.
But pudica does really well in small pots, provided you can bring it inside for the winter. It also doesnt mind shade, as it actually burns in the hot sun. Only a very, very light nocturnal fragrance though.
Musk Rainbow is my best all-round performer. Low branching and stunning blooms.

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