Island Shores Plumeria

1 Nov

A favorite yard accent because of it’s fragrant flowers, pleasing form and easily trimmed for size, the Plumeria, Melia or Frangipani brings the exotic atmosphere of Hawaii and Tahiti to life, where the blossoms are used to make leis.
There are over 300 varieties in several shades of whites, pinks and reds, and are easy to propagate from cuttings. It needs well drained soil and very little water. The milky sap can irritate some people.


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