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Name: James
Corpus Christi, TX (Zone 9b)
(Heat zone - 9, Sunset zone - 28)
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Mar 12, 2016 12:24 PM CST
March 11: Plumeria blooms! So, I called my friend and asked him what was up, because this looks to maybe be a 'Good as Gold' or a 'Lemon Yellow'. He said, "Oh, crap! I swear I didn't do that on purpose!"--because I originally gave him a hard time about him giving me some "basic" plumeria, specifically a yellow. Lol.

He says that he does have a 'Good as Gold' and a 'Vera Cruz Lutica' that he took cuttings of and he may have gotten his cuttings mixed up. He's going to send me a 'Star Fall'. As far as this one goes, I'm not an expert, so I won't know which variety it is until the flowers open up a little more. The flowers smell heavenly, whatever it is. It smells like a mixture of pineapple and orange sherbet. Still excited to see the beautiful blooms no matter what it is. I'll have to keep you updated on the actual 'Star Fall' once I receive it and get it growing.

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