Plumeria Acutifolia – Frangipani

Plumeria Acutifolia – Frangipani

Plumeria is commonly known as Frangipani. This attractive, small flowering tree belongs to the family of Apocynaceae. Also contained 7 to 8 species of small and deciduous shrubs trees. This plant is native to parts of the world such as: Mexico, Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

Height: 7m and Width: 6m

Uses: Plumeria acutifolia is an excellent small, deciduous flowering tree that makes a great feature tree with its architectural branching and impressive, heavily scented flower display over summer.

Planting tips:  Tropical climatic conditions are most suitable for this tree. Avoid over watering as this can lead to rot.

Soil types: Good draining soil with proper sun light helps this plant for better growth and flower production.

Aspects: Full sun light is best for Plumeria acutifolia growth in all aspects.

Water requirement: Water in summer season especially more essential in regular intervals for better growth and flowering of this plant. Requirement varies as per different types of soil type and fertile.

Pests and problems: Minimal fertilising is required by this plant to keep it in good condition and keep it strong and productive as well.

Climate:  Plumeria acutifolia is growing well in most of the parts of Australia.


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