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Stunning Selection of Pink Plumeria: Rubra, Champa Hybrid #23, Frangipani, Temple Tree, and Flor De Mayo Tree

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Common name:
Champa Pink Hybrid Selection # 23, Frangipani, Temple Tree, Flor De Mayo
Regional name:
Marathi - Khairchapha, Hindi - Chameli, Gul-e-chin, Bengali - Dalama Phula, Kannada - Kadusampage, Gujarati - Aholo Champo, Tamil - Perungali, Telugu - Arbataganneru
Trees, Shrubs
Apocynaceae or Plumeria or Oleander family
Sun growing, Semi shade
Normal, Can tolerate less, Can tolerate more
Primarily grown for:
Flowering season:
Year-around flowering, Flowers in flushes throughout the year
Flower or Inflorescence color:
Single flower has many colors viz., Red, Light Pink
Foliage color:
Plant Height or length:
6 to 8 meters
Plant Spread or Width:
6 to 8 meters
Plant Form:
Spreading, Upright or Erect
Special Character:
  • Fragrant flowers or leaves
  • Auspicious or Feng Shui plant
  • Good for screening
  • Attracts birds
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Attracts bees
  • Animals will not eat
  • Recommended for creating shade
  • Quick growing trees
  • Suitable for road median planting
  • Salt or salinity tolerant
  • Good on seaside
  • Must have for Farm house or big gardens

Plant Description:

- A compact growing dainty pink variety. Plants are free blooming and hardy.
- Flowers begin darker pink. They fade to light pink. Color also changes as per season.
- Plants and leaves are medium sized.
- Plumerias have become popular because of their long blooming time, pretty flowers that are generally scented.
- As with hibiscus - there is a lot of confusion regarding the names of plumerias. Especially the various hybrids that are available. Each source gives them their own names. These names vary from region to region and country to country. We have given them numbers as per color for ease of classification.
- Plumerias are beautiful flowering trees from South America.
- They have adapted very well to our climate and are now very much our own now. In fact they are so common that most people do not even know that they have come from a far away land.
- Plants have thick fleshy stems with broad simple leaves.
- The stems and trunk get a twisted and garnled look when old.
- The flowers are borne in huge terminal trusses. They are generally above the foliage

Growing tips:

- Plumerias are hardy plants and will grow in a range of soils.
- They are well known for their tenacity and ability to grow in poor soils.
- Some varieties drop their leaves - especially if not irrigated in winter.
- Regular fertilizer application and good soils will make the plants grow better.
- Plants require regular pruning to stay in shape. Pruning should be done just after the flower flush is over.
- Plumerias grow well in absolutely all kinds of soils.
- They can be grown in pots as well as the ground.
- Plumerias can go without water for long periods of time.
- However regular irrigation in the hot summer growing months will make them bloom better and have a fresher looking crown.
- Can be cut back if they are getting too big.
- Plants grow and flower well in containers as well. Choose large sizes for optimum growth.
- Do not over fertilize as plants will only put out leaves and soft growth. A bit of starvation - makes them flower more.