Pink Frangipani Flowers

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Pink-Frangipani-Flowers

The pink frangipani is one of the most common frangipanis found in Australia. It’s a hardy variety producing an abundance of highly fragrant flowers.

Most pink frangipanis open with a mostly pink flower with an orange centre. With exposure to the sun, the pink fades to white leaving a bouquet with a mixture of pink and white frangipani flowers.

Yellow Frangipani Flowers

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Yellow-Frangipani-Flowers

The yellow frangipani flower has a similar scent and size as the common white. Yellow frangipani flowers often open with an all yellow flower before the ends of the petals fade, making it even more like a white frangipani flower.

Heidi has a beautiful flower with wide, overlapping, curled petals. In about 2013, we identified Heidi as being the prettiest flower shape with the purest yellow. Since then, we have focussed our efforts on propagating Heidi and now sell it as our generic yellow.

Other yellow frangipanis we have are Aztec Gold, Buttercup, Banana Milkshake and Canary Gold.

White Magic Frangipani Flowers

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Stenophylla-Frangipani-Flowers

The White Magic frangipani has smallish cute, jasmine-like scented flowers. It is a dwarf, has thin branches and has long glossy leaves.
It is a unquie variety and often considered species of its own, Plumeria stenophylla. It’s also sometimes put into the Obtusa species and labelled “Plumeria obtusa var. stenophylla”.