Singapore aka P. obtusa Singapore White Plumeria

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P. obtusa Singapore White#108 aka Khao Puang. Not a species or an hybrid, but an open pollinated plant. Seeds from this plant have produced many different named cultivars. Large white, slight yellow eye, classic frangipani fragrance. Prolific bloomer. Very glossy, dark, rounded EVERGREEN leaves. Recommended. White with small, brilliant yellow center; no pink or red bands on front or back; petal wide, round tip, no overlapping, no color bands; moderate texture; 3 1/2"; strong lemon fragrance; keeping quality poor. Large VERY fragrant lemon, bitter lemon white flowers. The leaves are dark green and glossy and are evergreen in tropical areas. White obovated flowers with yellow center and rounded tips, strong citrus fragrance, evergreen in the tropics. Unique rounded glossy leaves. The name Singapore Plumeria was applied to Plumeria obtusa when it was introduced into Hawaii from Singapore in 1931 by Harold Lyon. The 1938 monograph on plumeria species (Robert Woodson, 1938) subsumes many Caribbean plumeria species names under Plumeria obtusa. A form found in the Bahamas was called P. bahamensis, but it was subsumed under P. obtusa by Woodson. 

  • Registration # 108
  • Color: White
  • Flower Size: 3"
  • Blooming: Huge clusters
  • Growth: Medium
  • Scent: Lemon
  • AKAs: Singapore
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