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Plumeria ‘India’ Flowers In Chicago, Plant Hardiness Zone 5

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Plumeria flowers are known for their colorful flowers and exquisite fragrances, including gardenia, jasmine, rose and many more. The flowers of Plumeria ‘India’ are no exception.

Plumeria flowers are known for their colorful flowers and exquisite fragrances, including gardenia, jasmine, rose and many more. The flowers of Plumeria ‘India’ are no exception.

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  • 1. www.HowToGrowPlumeriaFrangipani.com
  • 2.  The flowers of Plumeria India are yellow to orange enhanced by strong red veining with heavy texture and good keeping quality.
  • 3.  The scent of the flowers is strong and sweet. Plumeria India is a fast growing plant with strong and thick branches.
  • 4.  The following picture shows Plumeria India flowering on May 15, 2012 in Chicago, plant hardiness zone 5.
  • 5.  This plumeria plant, with no inflorescence showing, was received and planted on April 4, 2012 as an unrooted cutting. Soon after planting the inflorescence, flower stalk, emerged and continued to develop.
  • 6.  As of May 15, 2012 Plumeria India is anchored in the pot indicating root development. Copyright © Bob Walsh www.HowToGrowPlumeriaFrangipani.com

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