Tropicals forum: Video Of Plumeria Flowers In Chicago

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Name: Bob Walsh
Chicago (Zone 5a)
Happy Growing
Mar 20, 2013 12:37 PM CST
The flowering plumerias in this video grown year-round in containers indoors and outdoors in Chicago, plant hardiness zone 5, are the result of growing plumeria plants from seeds, unrooted cuttings and rooted plants.

Plumeria plants not only make wonderful tropical plants for outdoors during the warmer months of the year but are also beautiful indoor flowering tropical plants during the colder months provided with proper growing conditions.

To view the video on YouTube CLICK >>>

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Petals of plumeria flowers range from wide to narrow and elliptical to oval with pointed, rounded or tapering tips.

In addition the petals of plumeria, frangipani flowers may be highly, moderately, slightly overlapped, or not overlapped at all.

The wide variety of colors for plumeria flowers include gold, orange, pink, rainbow, red and yellow, to name a few.

Plumeria, frangipani flowers are known for their exquisite frangrances which include citrus, coconut, gardenia, jasmine and many more.

For more Information on growing Plumerias and your FREE Tropical Plant Guide, Grow Your Own Tropical Garden, visit
[Last edited by BobWalshPlumeriaBook - Mar 20, 2013 12:44 PM (+)]
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Name: Sandi
Austin, Tx (Zone 8b)
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Mar 20, 2013 1:30 PM CST


Welcome Bob! Your YouTube link doesn't seem to be working.
We would love to have you add photos of your plumerias to the ATP database! There's also a plumeria forum here at ATP.

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