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Plumeria 'Tomlinson'


Plumeria 'Tomlinson'  (Plumeria 'Tomlinson')

This Plumeria is flowering very well in the absolutely horrible heat and humidity we we've been having in inland San Diego for many weeks. Photo taken Sept. 5, 2015.



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Stunning

12 Sep, 2015

 

Very nice. Foliage has a gloss to it. I have 2 Celadines- one has nice glossy leafs the other dull leafs. The glossy one is a cutting given to me by my brother when he went to Hawaii in the early 90's Its a survivor of the 98 freeze.

The other I collected on a trip to Walmart..

14 Sep, 2015

 

This one looks very good. My others not so good because of the drought.

This one was a very large cutting (instant shrub) that a Palm Society gave me two years ago. It was so big I had to just stick it directly into the ground. The mother plant was huge. The owner said it was planted in the ground for 5 years from a small cutting. It had about a 20' spread and was 12 or 13 feet tall. He said it was his most aggressive Plumeria variety. (he had several large plumeria trees).

14 Sep, 2015

 

Do they have a perfume Delonix?

17 Sep, 2015

 

Yes, this one has a nice sweet fragrance. Most of my Plumeria trees' flowers are very fragrant. Only my Pink Pastel variety has a baby powder fragrance.

18 Sep, 2015

 

So beautiful and perfumed...B-)

19 Sep, 2015

 

Most Plumerias have very fragrant flowers.

22 Sep, 2015



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