Once bloomed the Hawaiian Frangpani Plumeria has the most intoxicating fragrance of tropical flowers. That’s we use these beautiful soft waxy vibrant flowers for leis. These cuttings are approximately 9 - 12 Inches long, unrooted and very easy to grow. You can grow them indoors in a flower pot or outdoors in the South.
- Easy to grow indoors or outdoors
- 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