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    P. Bahamaensis Plumeria

    $20.00
    P. bahamaensis 2" White with a small yellow center. A medium short tree. This species was found in the Bahamas. Bitter citrus scent. Similar to P. Montana and don't have the thick waxy texture of P...
    $20.00
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    P. tuberculata Plumeria

    P. tuberculata Plumeria

    $20.00
    P. tuberculata aka P. obtusa tuberculata. A highly ornamental upright evergreen shrub with spearhead shaped elongated leaves. Very large 4 -5", stunning pure white spider like flowers which are...
    $20.00
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    Pink Ruffles Plumeria

    Florida Colors Originals

    Pink Ruffles Plumeria

    $20.00
    Pink Ruffles: #356 Florida Colors Nursery seedling of Pink Pansy. A 3" light medium pink flower that's completely overlap. The edges are distinctly ruffled. A profuse bloomer on a medium upright tree...
    $20.00
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    From Jungle Jack in Thailand

    Panitta's Red JJ Plumeria

    $35.00
    Jungle Jack's Panitta's Red: Large 4”+ flowers emerge pink early in the season, becoming a brilliant fire engine red in warmer, brighter weather. Gorgeous veined red blooms with...
    $35.00
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    Pompano Pink Plumeria

    $25.00
    Pompano Pink #357 Florida 3" dark pinkish red with well marked white specks. Petals are stiff with good keeping qualities. Each inflorescence produces flowers all growing season. This white speckling...
    $25.00
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    P. Stenopetala Plumeria

    From Cuba

    P. Stenopetala Plumeria

    $35.00
    P. Stenopetala Cuba. Extremely fragrant species produces large hanging clusters of weeping, white, thin and curly petaled blossoms with a very strong jasmine / carnation perfume. The limbs are thin,...
    $35.00
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    P. alba Plumeria

    $20.00
    P. alba aka Nosegay Tree 20' to 25' tall, 20' to 25' in spread, seedlings come true to parent. 3” White on a medium short tree with narrow pointed leaves. Large shrub, elongated leaves,...
    $20.00
  • Paul Newman Plumeria

    Florida Colors Originals

    Paul Newman Plumeria

    $45.00
    Paul Newman s 3" white flower. Seedling blooming for the first time at Florida Colors Nursery on the day Paul Newman died; it was named in his honor. Dwarf or very compact. Color(s): White Flower...
    $45.00
  • From Jungle Jack in Thailand

    Piccadilly JJ Plumeria

    $35.00
    Jungle Jack's Piccadilly: This pink-white plumeria is an absolute circus of fragrant blooms. We have yet to define a blooming season for this variety because it never seems to stop. Compact...
    $35.00
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    Pink Lemonade Plumeria

    Pink Lemonade Plumeria

    $25.00
    Pink Lemonade pastel pink 3", grainy and moderately overlapping petals.  Its throat is yellows and orange.  A very mild citrus fragrance.  Color(s): White with Pink and Red Flower...
    $25.00
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    P. obtusa Costa Rica Plumeria

    P. obtusa Costa Rica Plumeria

    $20.00
    P. Costa Rica A true obtusa species from Costa Rica. Small 2" white. The leaves are wavy, narrow 1" and about 8" in length. Very compact production of evergreen leaves. Compact short tree. 2" White...
    $20.00
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    Purple Jack Plumeria

    From Jungle Jack in Thailand

    Purple Jack Plumeria

    $35.00
    Purple Jack aka Muang Jack, Jack's purple, not Queen Violet. from Jungle Jacks in Thailand. Lovely and unusual plumeria. Despite the confusion in names, this is a MUST HAVE for your collection. Jack...
    $35.00
  • Pops Red Plumeria

    From Hawaii

    Pops Red Plumeria

    $30.00
    Pops Red #167 4-4 1/2"” Velvety red with white spots on the tips, more noticeable after a day or two. rich red with white spotted tip, deep coloration, and big clusters. Keeping quality is...
    $30.00
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    Puu Kahea Plumeria

    From Hawaii

    Puu Kahea Plumeria

    $25.00
    Pu’u Kahea #144 AKA O'Sullivan, Fiesta. Parentage: P. rubra X P. rubra forma acutifolia. 4" yellow with red bands, mild fragrance. Brilliant yellow with a strong red band on both front and back...
    $25.00