Abigail FCN Plumeria
- Abigail FCN
- Usually: Ships in 5-7 business days
- Calculated at Checkout
- Flower Color:
- Flower Fragrance:
- Flower Size:
- Growing Habit:
- Compact (6"-12" per yr)
- Grafted, Rooted, Cuttings:
- What's The differences
Hello Abigail! This classic beauty offers gorgeous baby pink and white 3” blooms with bold yellow centers. The reflexed and highly overlapped petals coupled with the short inflos create striking bloom bouquets that pop against the green foliage. We’ll also note that Abigail is a prolific bloomer with a sweet, floral fragrance that you get to enjoy all season long!
This slow-growing, compact tree is a good choice for gardeners who are looking for a tree with a smaller footprint. A perk to note with Abigail is that she sets seed pods often making it fun for collectors and gardeners who enjoy seed propagation. To further enhance this point, we’ll mention that she is the seed parent for at least 10 plumerias here at Florida Colors Plumeria Nursery. Speaking of plumeria parents, Abigail’s pod parent is Maui Beauty.
A little history on Abigail: This plumeria is named for Luc’s great-niece, Abigail Jonckheere, and is one of the first cultivars grown from seed by Carol and Luc Vannoorbeeck.
Typical Shipping Size
Typical size of your plumeria when shipped:
Our Plumeria are priced as single tip plants unless specified, but you may receive a multi-tip plant.
- Rooted plants are typically 10-18 inches from the soil line. (Depending on the Cultivar)
- Grafted plants are Typically 12-20 inches from the soil line. (Depending on the Cultivar)
- Callused Cuttings are typically 10-18 inches long. (Depending on the Cultivar)
If you purchase a Dwarf you can expect it to be smaller if you purchase a medium or tall grower you can expect them to be larger when shipped. Later in the season our plumeria are typically larger than the beginning of the season.
When You Get Your Plumeria
What you should know:
- We ship plumeria with the leaves cut off per requirements by the USDA.
- Every plumeria is inspected for any signs of damage and insects.
- We spray each plumeria with minerial oil prior to shipping as a precaution.
- Inspect the box and note or take photos if damaged
- Carefully Unpack, inspect your plumeria, if damaged in any way, take photos and notify Florida Colors Nursery immediately via email at [email protected] or phone 305-258-1068
- Soak the roots in plain water for 2-4 hours to hydrate your plumeria. Soaking with Super Thrive or Vitazyme is even better.
- We grow all our plumeria we ship in 1 gal pots, By the time we ship they are ready for a 3 gal pot.
- Be sure your soil is well draining, plumeria love water but hey do not like their root to be wet.
- Water your plumeria well for the next two days, then as needed. Do not water if the soil is wet.
- We grow all our plumeria in full sun. So we suggest you place your new plumeria in full sun. Minimum of 6 hours per day.
- Plumeria need nutrients to grow. Both Major and Minors.
- To help you understand more about fertilizers...see https://www.floridacolorsplumeria.com/understanding-fertilizers/
- For more info on caring for your plumeria...see https://www.floridacolorsplumeria.com/how-to-care-for-your-plumeria/
PLUMERIA NAME: ABIGAIL
PSA REGISTRATION: #346
- Registered by: Florida Colors Nursery
- Registration Year: 1997 AKA’s: None
SKILL TO GROW:
- Flower Front Color (as appears 10 feet away, during the prime blooming season): Light pink outer edge fading into white
- Flower Back Color:: Medium pink stripes, fading to white
- Flower Center Size: Small
- Flower Center Color: Yellow Flower
- Throat Size: Small
- Flower Throat Color: Dark yellow
- Flower Size: 3”
- Flower Type: Slightly reflexed Flower
- Keeping Quality - Texture (Lei): Average
- Flower Fade Rate (Lei): Average
- Flower Reaction to Sun and Heat: Fades with the sun Flower
- Fragrance: Sweet, floral fragrance
- Flower Fragrance Intensity: Moderate
- Petal Type: Wide petals, rounded tip, highly overlapped
- Petal Color Details: Ombre
- Blooming: Prolific bloomer
- Blooming Period: All season
- Inflo Stalk Color: Dark brown
- Pubescence: No
- Bud Color: Medium Pink
- Inflo shape: Short
- Leaf Color: Green
- Leaf Texture: Matte
- Leaf Vein Color: Green
- Leaf Border Color: Green
- Petiole Color: Light Green
- Petiole Length: 1 ½”
- Leaf Shape: Lanceolate
- Leaf Length and Width: 10 ½” x 3 ¼”
- Tree Type: Deciduous
- Growth Habit: Compact, 6” - 12” per year
- Vigor: Slow-growing (fast-growing, average-growing, slow-growing)
- Mature Bark Texture: Smooth (smooth, knobby, rough)
- Mature Bark Color: Grey (green, grey, brown, maroon)
- Tree Shape: Circular
- Trunk or branch circumference:
- Small New Growth
- Tip Color: Green (green or brown)
- Branching Density: Dense
- Branching After Bloom: Excellent
- Branching After Prune: Good
- Root system: Typical
- Seed Propagation: Sets seed pods often
- Stem Propagation: Results vary
HERITAGE AND LINEAGE
- Pod Parent - Seedling Of: Maui Beauty
- Known Seedlings: Brittney, Abipu, Nathaniel, Aby’s Ruby, Jeanette, Veronica, Baby Doll Florida, La Florida, White Opal, Claudine de Pau
- Pollen Parent: Unknown
- None (Features that may help set it apart (differentiate it) from other plumerias.)
- Notes / History: One of the first cultivars created by Carol and Luc Vannoorbeeck. Named for Luc’s great-niece, Abigail. One of the first trees planted in the Grove in 1993.
CollectionsPlumeria Collections, new in 2020, are plumeria organized and presented primarily by grower, parent, siblings and/or offsprings. We will be developing the collection grouping as time goes on.
Example Growers: Moragne Collection, Thornton Collection, Florida Colors Collection, Jungle Jack Collection, Jim Little Collection, etc.
Example Parents: Camelot, Temptation x Super Round, Clare Corre, etc.
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