""Frangipanis grow about 30–60cm a year, depending on climate and care. They need full sunshine and a fertile, free-draining soil. Sandy or sandy-loam soils are ideal. Frangipani trees have compact, non-invasive root systems, so they can…"
"If it's Plumeria it is easily grown from cuttings.
The frangipanis sure love the coastline but the flower numbers vary in my sandy experience.
I've seen this species in photos from Bali: it's a evergreen...often used as a street tree…"
"Yes. Plumeria pudica
Fiddle leaf plumeria
Naag champa (Bengali)
But not dwarf Plumeria pudica [frangipani ] which grows 1.1/2 meters. The ones I have seen are taller…"
"Hmmm, take your pick! To someone who knows it, the outline of the shrub will tell them everything they need to know.
But to me anyway, I have no idea at all. Can you post some in focus close-ups of the flowers? The flowers are what distinguish…"
Good Morning Chris, Welcome to BLF. You will find many GROUPS yo can join at the top of the page, I am sure you will find some that are of interest to you. Please join in on any of the Blogs and Forums that interest you.
The GARDEN VISITS is a particularly interesting GROUP as this is where you will find Members garden to visits, usually held once a month. You will find other EVENTS above that may be of interest for you to attend as well. Would love to meet you at a Garden Visit we actually have one on next week end..
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This site was created by Scarlett Patrick, to build capacity in the Brisbane community for growing, buying, and living sustainably. Six years on, BLF is an important hub to promote, discuss, share and learn about local food growing, production, gardens, services and activities happening in our part of the world.
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