Pink Frangipani

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Scientific Names: Plumeria Rubra ‘Pink’

Common Names: Pink Plumeria, Pink Frangipani, Hawaiian Frangipani

Overview: Pink Frangipani, also known as Plumeria rubra, is a stunning flowering tree that captivates with its beautiful pink blooms and intoxicating fragrance. This tropical plant is native to Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean, but is cultivated and admired worldwide for its ornamental value. The Pink Frangipani features thick, succulent branches and glossy, dark green leaves that provide an attractive backdrop to its clusters of five-petaled flowers. The blooms range in shades of pink, from soft pastels to vibrant magenta, and they release a sweet, floral scent that permeates the surrounding air. Pink Frangipani thrives in warm climates and requires full sun exposure to bloom abundantly.

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This Plumeria is Pretty in Pink

The Plumeria Pudica, often referred to as a Frangipani, is native to tropical regions, and these plants produce beautiful, vibrant, and fragrant flowers. You can find many different colored flowers, such as pink, yellow, and even white. These flowers are attractive and can be a great addition to your home. If you are looking for a beautiful plant to start your growing journey, this plant is the best option. You must learn the proper care protocol to ensure your plants bloom beautifully and you get beautiful good smelling flowers.

It is okay if you do not live in the tropical regions; you can still grow the Plumeria plant. You need to ensure that you give the plant an appropriate growing environment. They are usually grown as small trees and even shrubs.

Caring for your Frangipani

Caring for the Plumeria is not very difficult. You do not have to struggle wildly, but you need to ensure that all its requirements are met. Give it adequate sunlight, and ensure it receives enough water and the right fertilizer. With a bit of care, your plant will grow beautifully.


The Frangipani loves the sun, and you can keep it in direct sunlight for around 6-8 hours. If you take care of its sunlight requirements, the plant will show exceptional growth, and the flowers will bloom beautifully. You can keep it outdoors in the direct sun or under a window that receives direct sunlight.


When selecting the soil, ensure it is well drained and acidic. The best soil choice is potting soil, mixed with a fast draining mixture, so it does not hold on to the water for a long time. You can also add a little pumice or perlite to the soil to help you with the drainage. A coarse mix will also be a good fit for the Bridal bouquet.


When your plant is growing, it will need a lot of water. This is during spring and summer time. Other than that, the Plumeria flowers may damage if you water them. You must allow the soil to dry during summer before watering it again. To check the moisture level, you can check the dryness of the soil using your finger. You can ultimately hold off on watering your plants during winter.


The Frangipani is a heavy feeder; if you keep the plant in a pot, you will need to add lots of fertilizers to ensure the flowers bloom. You can fertilize the plant once every three weeks or so when they are in their growing stage. However, you do not need to fertilize them at all during the winter months.


Many different bugs infest the Frangipani. These bugs include scales, mealy bugs, and others. Typically, these insects suck on the sap of the leaves, and that can cause the leaves to wilt. This will not exactly kill the plant but can make it exceptionally weak. It would be best to look for solutions such as horticulture to ward off all the pests.


Some of the most common diseases for Franipani include Tip rot. This usually happens during the winter and can kill your plant if you are not too careful.

The stem can also rot if your plant has a mushy base. This usually happens when your plant is overwatered. Moreover, it is possible that your plant is not blooming, which can be due to a lack of fertilizer. Make sure your plant has plenty of fertilizers.


Pruning the plant depends on what kind of shape you want for it. If you keep it small, you can prune it as much as you want. These plants can tolerate heavy pruning. But when pruning, you need to keep in mind that the plant will not bloom right away. It would help if you used a pruning shear to get clean cuts.


You can use stem cuttings if you want to propagate the Plumeria plant. Cut a branch, remove all its leaves, and then stick it into the soil for the plant to sprout. Make sure you water it enough and get the best fertilizers.

Potting / Repotting

You do not have to re-pot the Plumeria plant as it does not grow too big. You can keep it in a pot and use well-draining soil to grow it.

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