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(Obtuse Frangipani, Singapore Graveyard Flower)

Plumeria obtusa var. sericifolia is native to the Hispaniola, Cuba and the Yucatan Peninsula. The branches and stems are thick and fleshy. They are upright forming a vase or umbrella-shaped tree and tend to be weak and break in high winds. The bark is tender and when cut or broken exudes, sticky, white sap which is an irritant. The semi-evergreen leaves are elliptical to lance-shaped, leathery, arranged spirally around the stems at the ends of the branches, smooth and the smallest of the...

Image of Plumeria pudica photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Bridal Bouquet, White Frangipani)

Bridal bouquet is a semi-evergreen small tree native to Columbia, Venezuela and Curaçao. The branches and stems are thin for a Plumeria, weak and tend to break in high winds. The multiple stems form close to the ground and have an upright shape. The bark is tender and when cut or broken exudes, sticky, white sap which is an irritant.

Leaves are large, fiddle or spoon-shaped, almost sessile – without a stalk and hold on the trunk for a full plant. The large flowers sometimes appear before...

Image of Plumeria rubra photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Frangipani, Jasmine Mango)

Frangipani is a deciduous tree native to Mexico and Central America.. The branches and stems are thick and fleshy, but weak and tend to break in high winds. The bark is tender and when cut or broken exudes, sticky, white sap which is an irritant. The leaves are large, leathery, arranged alternately on the stem at the ends of the branches and showy. The large flowers sometimes appear before the leaves, summer through autumn and are held in branched clusters at the stem tips. Individual flowers are...

(Sharp-leaved Frangipani)

Pagoda tree or the sharp-leaved frangipani is a deciduous tree native to Mexico and Central America. The branches and stems are thick and fleshy, but weak and tend to break in high winds. The bark is tender and when cut or broken exudes, sticky, white sap which is an irritant. The leaves are large, leathery, arranged alternately on the stem at the ends of the branches and showy. The large flowers sometimes appear before the leaves, summer through autumn and are held in branched clusters at the stem...

Image of Plumeria rubra f. lutea photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(West Indian Jasmine, Yellow Frangipani)

Yellow frangipani is a deciduous small tree native to the cliffs of Mexico and Central America. The branches and stems are thick and fleshy, but weak and tend to break in high winds. The bark is tender and when cut or broken exudes, sticky, white sap which is an irritant. The leaves are large, leathery, arranged alternately on the stem at the ends of the branches and showy. The large flowers sometimes appear before the leaves, summer through autumn and are held in branched clusters at the stem tips....

Image of Plumeria rubra f. tricolor photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Tri-colored Frangipani)

The festive tri-colored frangipani is a deciduous tree native to the seasonally wet-to-dry highlands of Mexico and Central America. The branches and stems are thick and fleshy, but weak and tend to break in high winds. The bark is tender and when cut or broken exudes, sticky, white sap which is an irritant. The leaves are large, leathery, arranged alternately on the stem at the ends of the branches and showy. The large flowers sometimes appear before the leaves, summer through autumn and are held...

Image of Polyscias fruticosa photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Ming Aralia)

Grown for its elegant, lacy foliage, this upright evergreen shrub hails from the western Pacific and Southeast Asia. Ming aralia's finely divided pinnate leaves are dark green with a reddish tinge. The greenish flowers and black fruit are rarely produced.

Ming aralia grows best in full to partial sun and fertile, evenly moist soil. Soil must be well-drained to prevent root rot. Humidity ensures the delicate leaflets do not quickly brown and drop away. In winter, keep the soil slightly drier....

Image of Portlandia grandiflora photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Bellflower, Jamaican Tree-lily)

Large, Easter lily-like flowers that smell strongly of vanilla grace the branches of the regal bellflower. This small, shrubby, evergreen tree slowly develops an upright, rounded habit with age. It is not a common tree in its native Jamaica where it exists in rocky limestone woodlands where soils are seasonally dry. Blossoms occur in flushes any time of year and attract moth pollinators.

Newly emerging leaves are blushed pink and turn glossy deep green as they mature. They feel leathery but...

Image of Posoqueria latifolia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Brazilian Oak, Needle-flower Tree, Perfume-tree)

A stiff-looking tree with glossy foliage, the needle-flower tree is prized for its long, tubular flowers that emit gardenia-like perfume at night. This small evergreen tropical has upright branches and develops a mounded, spreading canopy if grown as a specimen tree in an open area with plenty of light; trees crowded in groves become narrower and taller. This species is native to the humid forests of Mexico and northern South America where it commonly grows in volcanic soils.

The dense leaves...