How to Pollinate a Plumeria?

Answer Plumeria flowers are asexual plants, which means that each flower contains both male and female parts. After the flower blooms fall off, insects, moths and hummingbirds pollinate the stems by shaki... Read More »

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Does a Plumeria Like to Be in the Sun?

Known by many names, including frangipani, the Hawaiian word melia, and Temple tree, the plumeria is native to tropical America. These sun-loving trees do not tolerate cold temperatures. They are g... Read More »

How to Over-Water a Plumeria?

Plumerias are flowering plants that grow in clusters and get up to 20 feet tall. Sun lovers, plumerias are finicky about their water. Too little and the plants may dry out, stop flowering and enter... Read More »

How to Grow a Plumeria?

A plumeria is a fast-growing tropical tree that produces masses of fragrant blooms between March and October. A small tree, the plumeria reaches heights of about 30 feet at maturity. Also known as ... Read More »

Different Plumeria Flowers?

Plumeria, also commonly referred to as frangipani, was named after French botanist Charles Plumier. Plumeria flowers come in a variety of sizes ranging from one and one-half inch to five inches in ... Read More »