A plumeria is a fast-growing tropical tree that produces masses of fragrant blooms between March and October. A small tree, the plumeria reaches heights of about 30 feet at maturity. Also known as frangipani, a plumeria is a warm-climate plant hardy to USDA Planting Zones 9 to 11. Although the plant won't tolerate freezing winter climates, it can be planted in a container and brought indoors when the weather turns cold. Plumeria grows profusely in Hawaii and is a popular flower choice for leis.
Growing Zones: 4-11 (potted) & 10-11 (in ground) Mature Height: 30-40 ft. Mature Width: 15-20 ft. Sunlight: Full - Partial Spacing: 10-12 ft.