The Treasure frangipani flower is mostly white with an orange throat. We have limited stock so it’s rarely available.
The Texas Gem frangipani has an orange throat which blends into yellow, white and then pink and has thin red trimming on each petal.
The Sunset frangipani is similar to the common white frangipani. Flowers start as pink buds and, after opening, a little pink can be seen on the underside of each petal and sometimes on top of each petal.
We noticed that (somewhere in the world) a nursery was selling an orange variety called Sunset and there are many varieties with Sunset in their name (such as California Sunset) so we call this variety Sunset White.
The Singapore frangipani (epithets include the Evergreen Frangipani and Singapore White) is the most popular obtusa. It has strongly scented and large flowers, and has large glossy dark green leaves.
The Sharna’s Pink frangipani (also known as Sharna’s Rose or just Sharna) is considered by our customers, overall, to be our most beautiful frangipani flower. It’s also our favourite flower with Razzmic Honey a close second. The flowers have a soft pink which blends into white and yellow and has thin red trimming on the lower edge of each petal. It has wide, overlapping petals making the flower shape just a beautiful as the colours.
Sharna photos are often used to sell generic categories like pink or tricolour but it’s almost certain the buyer will get a cheaper more common variety.