Tropical trees, native to warm tropical areas of the Caribbean, Central America and Northern South America. Plumerias are famous for their gorgeous flowers and come in a wide range of colors, like white, yellow and pink, as we can see in the picture. All of them produce a wonderful perfume scent.
Plumerias are easy to grow up, regardless of the region where you live. They are small trees, 2-10 m tall, but they will grow and bloom in relatively small pots for decades. They are frost-tender but they shed their leaves and rest until late April, so they are easy to winter indoors.
We grow strong mother plants in our fields to produce the best thick, apical cuttings. Then we root them for almost one year before selling the plant. Our plumerias can bloom in less than one year, if cared properly.
1 Cutting of 15-20 cm. "Common White"... with yellow center... is one of the easiest to grow and bloom. It is evergreen in warm climates and blooms almost continuously throughout the warmest months - In the Canary Islands it can flower from April to December: 8 or 9 months per year instead of the typical 4-6 months of most cultivars.
Almost everblooming! From Spring to Christmas. - Old, classic, great Plumeria cultivar with bight pink drooping flower heads. The plant is very easy to grow and quite upright, thin at first but very robust eventually, becoming a long lived tree. We offer an adult, thick 25-50 cm plant.
Adult, thick 60-80 cm plant. This is one of the cold hardiest of all Plumerias. It bears perfect domes of white and yellow flowers with overlapping petals.This cultivar is known from the Italian city of Palermo, in Sicily. It is well adapted to the mediterranean climate and takes more cold than most other cultivars. Experts suspect that it could be a...
Scott Pratt is a dark red flowered Plumeria from Hawaii. For years it was called the "Black Plumeria", as its flowers are so dark-red-purple that they often look almost black. It has rather thin upright stems. Leaf midribs are tipically dark too.
Wild-type plumeria with robust growth, large leaves and spectacular drooping inflorescences of typical white flowers with yellow center. It is a heavy-bloomer and the growth is spreading, so the tree is dome-shaped, not vertical. We really do not know if it is of wild origin or not, but by sure it is a very old clone that has been here in Tenerife for...
Seeds collected from a collection of selected hawaiian hybrids. They were open-pollinated and we mixed the seeds.
This is a wild form of Plumeria rubra, not a hybrid or a selection as ALL the ones you will find in the trade. Wild types are tough guys from the coastal scrubs of Central America, able to withstand truly harsh conditions. It is very vigorous with large leaves. Flowers are white with a yellow center.
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