Plumeria is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae. Most species are deciduous shrubs or small trees. The species variously are endemic to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, and as far south as Brazil and north as Florida, but are grown as cosmopolitan ornamentals in warm regions. Common names for plants in the genus vary widely according to region, variety, and whim, but frangipani or variations on that theme are the most common. Plumeria is also used as a common name, especially in horticultural circles.
How to Feed & Care for Plumeria
- Plant your plumeria in a full-sun location in your home landscape that receives between six and eight hours of direct sunlight each day.
- Water your plumeria as often as necessary to keep its soil or growing medium from completely drying out.
- Feed your plumeria plant with an application of a water-soluble, high-phosphorous fertilizer every other week during the spring and summer.
- Prune your plumeria plant in the spring, if desired, to control its size and shape or remove diseased, dead or broken branches.
- Protect your plumeria from winter temperatures in cold climates. Move potted plumeria plants indoors in the late fall or early winter.
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