Plumeria pudica ‘Bridal Bouquet’, Frangipani

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Choose the Plumeria Pudica and you’ll be rewarded with year-round beauty. It’s a perfect accent for patio or garden with its dark green “fiddle-shaped” leaves. The Plumeria features lovely white flower clusters nearly year-round, although it’s not uncommon for it to “rest” in December and January.

The plant grows rapidly, and can reach up to 8 feet. It is an ideal in full sun to partial shade, and requires only average watering. Unlike other plumerias, the Bridal Bouquet does not have a recognizable fragrance, nor is it plagued by insect or fungus problems common to other varieties.


Additional information


10a, 10b, 11a, 11b, 9a, 9b

Sun Exposure

Full Sun, Partial Shade

Mature Height

6 ft – 8 ft


4 ft – 6 ft

14 reviews for Plumeria pudica ‘Bridal Bouquet’, Frangipani

  1. Mary F Gray

    I’m trying to find out if the plumeria is it poisonous tree we have children we love to pick flowers and dogs who love to eat them especially our old English bulldogs.

  2. haley sanders (store manager)

    Hi Mary,

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  3. Renee Brown (verified owner)

    Arrived healthy and fine.

  4. MICHAEL HO-LUNG (verified owner)

    Plants adapted well and are thriving.

  5. Rayona (verified owner)

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  7. Alan (verified owner)

    My beautiful Bridal Bouquet Plumeria arrived in great shape. The plant had been well packaged for the trip! When it arrived the top was a little droopy but after a couple hours in the sun it perked right up! This is a beautiful healthy mature plant. I love it!

  8. Mai Outama (verified owner)

    My plant came in good condition ❤️ Can’t wait to see flowers blooming❤️ I will definitely order more plants from Plantvine❤️

  9. Mai Outama (verified owner)

    Love my plant 🌱 can’t wait to see it bloom with lots of flowers ❤️

  10. Kesone Chanthavixay (verified owner)

    Awesome site. Definitely order more. Grewt services too

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  12. victoria (verified owner)

    I’m hopeful and nervous…still in pot one has one leaf, the other doing beautifully with several stems

  13. Ronald Cerri (verified owner)

    Plant came in great shape, could of used some planting instructions.

  14. JoAnn Snider (verified owner)

    The plant arrived very healthy looking. Exceeded my expectations.

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Why others chose this plant.

The plumeria is so easy to take care of and looks great.

Wanted these as these are also found in India. Great looking flower.

Anniversary gift for my wife, bringing back memories of our honeymoon in French Polynesia.

Heart shaped leaves

Saw this plant in Turks and Caicos and just loved it. Had to have one !

hardy and fabulous and unusual

Had one for years to grow into a beautiful small tree and I lost it in the freezing cold that Florida had last year

Got something to discuss?

Stefanie Bristol
2 years 1 month ago

Help! My plumeria púdica (frangipani) is beginning to lose some of its leaves. The bottom ones are turning yellow (with spots) and then falling off. Does that mean it has mites? Or is it getting too much water? Or not enough?

2 years 1 month ago

Hi Stephanie, it is quite normal for plumeria’s to shed their leaves. For further help, please send pictures to our customer service team through our contact form found at the footer of this page. We look forward to hearing from you!

1 year 11 months ago

I’m guessing a plumeria won’t thrive in northern Wisconsin??

1 year 10 months ago

Hi Pete, Wisconsin is a bit too cold for them! Plumeria are cold hardy for zone 9b to 11b: they are not tolerant of cold and must be protected. Therefore, they should be overwintered in colder regions. So you can bring them indoors once the temperatures begin to drop in fall. Once warmer temps return in spring, you can return the plants back outdoors!

1 year 10 months ago

It’s Pete again when you say wintered does that just mean it needs to be brought indoors and put it in front of a window to get the sun it needs.

1 year 10 months ago

Hi Pete! Yes, your Plumeria can be brought indoors when the weather becomes too cold. Place the container in a sunny window where the plant will receive full sun with some shade during the day. Water the plumeria when the soil is dry about 1 inch deep. Be mindful if bringing indoors it may undergo an adjustment period but with some love and care it will thrive!

1 year 3 months ago

how Long will it take for delivery of the large plumeria