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White Frangipani (Plumeria Frangipani)

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Botanical Name: Plumeria Alba

Also Known as:

  • Caterpillar tree
  • West Indian jasmine
  • Pagoda tree
  • Pigeon wood
  • Nosegay tree
  • White frangipani
  • Kath golap 
  • Champa 
  • Kamboja
  • Dok Champa 
  • Champa 

Plumeria is a deciduous flowering tree.

White Frangipani is a small tree that is native to the tropical regions. They are commonly popular for their beautiful fragrant flowers used in making traditional Hawaiian leis.

They are highly fragrant and bloom freely from spring through fall in multiple colors like white, yellow, pink, and red. These flowers stand out nicely amid the large-leaved foliage, which may be evergreen or deciduous, depending on the type.

White frangipani grows very well in full sunlight, but some shade can be tolerated. They prefer soils that are rich, loamy and well-drained, but can tolerate clay or sandy soil types as well. They can grow up till 25 feet in height with similar to equal in spread if grown with care and will make any empty space look beautiful.

They require very little water and prefer a dry to medium environment. Reduce water amounts for trees that are in shade or during wintertime, as overwatering can cause root rot. 


(Flowering plants only blossom naturally in their respective seasons. Fruit-bearing plants only produce fruits naturally during their growing seasons. All plants are sold in generic nursery pots, and may naturally vary in colors/sizes from the exact images illustrated above.)


Small, Medium, Large

Plant Type:

Outdoor Plant

Pot Type:

Nursery Pot


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