The scientific name of Plumeria plant is Plumeria spp. And the plant is a genus of eleven species of small trees or shrubs that is native to the tropical Americas. The Plumeria plant is also known under the common name frangipani, and the plants are valued for their delicate fragrant flower clusters—you may recognize the plant from Hawaiian leis. The plant five-petaled flowers are actually waxy and highly fragrant.

The Plumeria plants have widely spaced, thick, succulent branches covered with a thin grey or tan bark. The Plumeria plants alternate leaves grow in clusters near the branch tips; these leaves are large, long, and leathery or fleshy. Some of the Plumeria plant species are deciduous while others are evergreen.

Depending on the Plumeria plant species, the plant leaves may be glossy or dull green, round or with pointed tips, and smooth or corrugated. The Plumeria plant growth habit also varies; some of the plant species are upright and compact while some other species of the plants are open and sprawling. 

Although the Plumeria plant is a slow grower, the plant may grow up to thirty feet tall in the landscape. When the plant are grown in containers, the plant stays much smaller and allows you to move them indoors for the winter if you live outside its USDA hardiness zone range. 

The Plumeria Plant Care eBook contains a step by step guide on how to grow and care for Plumeria plant. Everything you need to know about growing Plumeria plant are contain in this eBook; Plumeria plant varieties, Pest and disease control in Plumeria plant, Soil requirement, light requirement, water requirement, fertilizer requirement, how to grow Plumeria plant in containers, How to prune Plumeria plant, etc. This ebook contains everything about growing Plumeria plant. You can purchase the Plumeria Plant Care eBook on Kobo store for $2.99


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