Alphabetical Plant Listing

Plant Families / Plumeria - Frangipanis


Refine By

thumb grid img

Plumeria - Frangipanis

Native to the American tropics, Plumeria (Frangipani) are deciduous or semi-evergreen shrubs or small trees, grown worldwide for their wonderful fragrances. Blooming most of the year, the flowers flare open to reveal colorful, waxy corollas that can be solid, bicolored, or blushed with tinges of pink and yellow. Plumeria feature gnarled trunks and broad canopies of leathery leaves that are clustered near the tips of thick, fleshy, succulent branches. Handsome additions to tropical landscapes, they readily adapt to container growing.

Compare All Plumeria - Frangipanis

Great Plant Combination Ideas with Plumeria - Frangipanis

Plumeria - Frangipanis Guides


Filters

Season of Interest
Exposure
Hardiness
Tolerance
Attracts
Plant-Characteristics
Average-Height
Average-Spread
Soil-Type
Soil-Drainage
Soil-pH
article image

Plumeria alba (West Indian Jasmine)

Plumeria alba (West Indian Jasmine) is a small rounded tree boasting sweetly fragrant white flowers, 3 in. across (7 cm), adorned with yellow throats. Blooming from spring to fall, the blossoms are borne in bouquet-like clusters at the branch tips. Leathery, oblong, dark green leaves, 12 in. long (30 cm), are clustered near the tips of the thick, fleshy, succulent branches.

Read More
article image

Plumeria obtusa (Singapore Plumeria)

Fast-growing, Plumeria obtusa (Singapore Plumeria) is a small rounded tree boasting sweetly fragrant white flowers, 3 in. across (7 cm), adorned with yellow throats and rounded petals that often are recurved at the tips. Blooming from spring to fall, the blossoms are borne in bouquet-like clusters at the branch tips.

Read More
article image

Plumeria rubra (Frangipani)

Beloved by so many, Plumeria rubra (Frangipani) is a deciduous shrub or small tree of vase or umbrella shape with fleshy, succulent branches boasting highly fragrant, spiral-shaped, yellow-centered pink to red flowers, 4 in. across (10 cm). Blooming throughout most of the year in tropical areas, the blossoms are borne in terminal clusters at the branch tips.

Read More

Refine By

Find your Hardiness Zone

Find your Climate Zone

Find your Heat Zone

Join Gardenia.net

Create a membership account to save your garden designs and to view them on any device.

Becoming a contributing member of Gardenia is easy and can be done in just a few minutes. If you provide us with your name, email address and the payment of a modest $25 annual membership fee, you will become a full member, enabling you to design and save up to 25 of your garden design ideas.

Join now and start creating your dream garden!

Create a New Collection

Optional. For your reference.


Move Selected Plants to a Different Collection


Delete Collection

This field is required.