P. filifolia has a unique needle like leaf, from Cuba. All plants are grafted with fully rooted plant approximately 18" tall from soil line.
Plumeria filifolia - A species native to Cuba, found along the eastern coats of the island on calcareous rocky slopes. not Khao Rampoey or P. sericifilia (old AKA). Native to only Cuba.
The leaves are linear lanceolate to almost filiform, membranous, 5-10" long and approximately 1/8" broad. Terminal thyrsiform inflorescence carrying numerous white flowers with yellow throat, bisexual, with calyx having 5 lobes and funnel-shaped corolla, oblong-obovate to obovate; the 2 - 2 1/2" flowers emanate a slight scent.