Once bloomed the Hawaiian Frangpani Plumeria has the most intoxicating fragrance of tropical flowers. This is why the Hawaiians use these beautiful soft waxy vibrant flowers for leis. These cuttings are approximately 9 – 12 Inches long, unrooted and very easy to grow. Growing instruction on the back of the card. You can grow them indoors in a flower pot or outdoors in the South. Create your Hawaiian tropical garden.
Family: Apocynaceae | Genus: PLUMERIA
Type: Deciduous, Shrubs, Trees
Sun exposure: Partial Shade
Water: Moderate Water, Regular Water
Height: From small indoor flowering plant at 3 Feet to 30 Feet if un pruned
Outdoors planting zones : TS (Tropical South) / Zone 10, TS (Tropical South) / Zone 11
Indoors planting zones: Any
Leaves: Thick oblong lush dark green
Blooms: Five petaled waxy blooms can be shaped like a star or pinwheel.
Fragrant: Highly fragrant with hints of lemon
- Yellow Hawaiian Plumeria Fragipani Cutting – Approx. 9 – 12 inches long
- Grown in a certified pest free nursery on the Big Island of Hawai. Cut from mature trees
- Hawaiian Lei Flower
- Great for gift giving
- Support made in the USA
Easy to grow indoors or outdoors
Your plumeria cutting has arrived and it’s time to plant your plumeria plant cuttings.
Prepare a mix of 2/3 perlite and 1/3 potting soil and fill a large container. (You can also plant them directly in the ground if you live in a very warm climate). Dip the cut end of your cuttings in a rooting hormone and sink them about halfway down into the potting mixture. If your frangipani cutting looks unstable, tie the cutting to a stake for support. Water your cuttings as soon as you plant them, then let them dry out for several weeks. Do not over water as this will cause to rot. Place the containers in a spot that receives full sun or just a little bit of shade. Roots should form in 60 to 90 days.