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Lemon Chiffon Plumeria Frangipani cutting

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This beautiful and fragrant tropical plant is super easy to grow, and requires very little care. The yellow and white flowers give off a light, sweet perfume that will fill your yard with fragrance.

plumeria is one of the flowers typically used in making Hawaiian leis. There are many different varieties, this one is known as "lemon chiffon" for it's buttery yellow flowers with white tips.

You will receive one cutting from my plumeria tree, approximately 10 inches long. It will arrive without any leaves, flowers, or roots. When it arrives, bury the bottom few inches of the cutting in soil with plenty of sun, and good drainage. If you live in a non-tropical location, you will need to put it in a pot so it can be brought indoors during frosts. Within weeks, your cutting will develop a new root system and begin to grow. Leaves will be sparse during the first season after transplant. Plumeria plants always reach towards the morning sunlight. When planting, plan for your plant to lean towards the East.

In winter, plumeria trees drop all their leaves and go dormant, even if you live in a tropical zone like I do (zone 11) on the west coast of south Florida. The following spring and summer, you will see lots of new growth, possibly even a new branch starting. It will take at least one year for your plant to start flowering. Over time, your plumeria will grow very large. The last picture on this listing shows the mother tree from which all my other trees are grown from cuttings... the tree pictured here is approximately 12 years old.

do not over-water your plumeria, or the stem will rot instead of growing roots.

Lemon Chiffon Plumeria Frangipani cutting


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