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Everlasting Love Frangipani

Family: APOCYNACEAE

Genus: Plumeria

Species: pudica

Deciduous, slender tree with bunches of pure white blooms with a yellow centre through summer and autumn. Spoon shaped leaves distinguish this variety from the regular frangipani varieties. Drought tough once established. Can suffer from wind damage.

Pronunciation: Ploo-meer-ee-ah

Warning: Low to medium harm potential. Sap can be an irritant when touched.

Origin

Exotic

Garden type

Coastal, Cottage, Mediterranean, Verge

Size

H: 400 to 500cm W: 200 to 400cm

Planting information

Sun

Flowering season

autumn, summer

Availability

Readily available

Flower colour


White

Cream

Water rating

Minimum maintenanceMinimum maintenanceMinimum maintenance

Frangipani

In Perth and cooler climates, it is a deciduous, small tree with a strong branching habit and rounded shape. Highly fragrant flowers.
SunAttracts insects

Appleblossom Hibiscus

Dense foliage and large, single pale pink flowers with a deeper centre throughout summer and autumn.
SunPart ShadeInsect attractingBird attracting