Frangipani California Sunset
- Code:Plumeria rubra cv. California Sunset (L)
- Weight:6.000 Kgs
Plumeria rubra cv. California Sunset, Frangipani
We present Plumeria rubra cv. California Sunset. The plants are well developed. The flowers of this variety have scent. Blooming starts early in the season. The growth is semi-dwarf and compact.
The number of the plants is limited, so place your order before they run out !
More information about plumeria is available in our forum:
Our collection of Plumeria consists of over 70 different varieties. During the next 2-3 years we will offer each of them at the lowest price in Europe.
All plants offered are vegetatively propagated , 100% identical to the maternal plants. So we have a limited amount of material. Plumerias are propagated also by seeds, but usualy the colors and shape of the flowers of the resulting plants never resemble the parent, and most often have worthless flowers.
Vegetatively produced plants are very expensive worldwide. Therefore, we have gathered a large collection of varieties from which to multiply and to offer the plants at an affordable price.
Plumerias are succulents. This means that they are very easy to grow in pots and require minimal care to grow and bloom. They only need a very warm and bright place and sunshine as much as possible. Then, a little water and fertilizer from time to time is all they need. As long as you follow these simple rules:
1. Never over-water them. Never let water to collect in the padding underneath the pots. Even in the summer, nothing will happen to them if they do gete water a few days. In winter, watering every 2-3 weeks or more.
2 . In winter, keep them in a temperature no lower than 12 degrees Celsius. If you keep them on a south window and it's warm enough, you can water them properly and they will not fall into winter rest, but instead will grow and bloom in the winter and fill the room with fragrance. If the room is cool, keep them dry, the leaves will fall off and they will go dormant for the winter.
3 . During the summer, keep them outdoors in the sunniest spot. This will ensure flowering throughout the summer .
- Botanical family:Apocynaceae
- USDA zone:+10°C (zone 12a)
- Sun exposure:Sun only
- Soil pH+:not important
- Water need:not important
- In Open Ground:In pot only
- Blooming time:all year round