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Hawaiian Plumeria blossoms are among the most popular and recognizable of Hawaiian flowers. The blossoms are often sewn into fresh flower lei or placed on a table for decoration. As a tree, when blooming, the blossoms provide a fragrant and beautiful addition to your yard or patio.

Hawaiian Plumeria Seeds

  • Fill a 4-inch pot with good potting soil and some vermiculite. Water the potting soil first. Place one plumeria seed in the pot with the wings up, cover with ¼ inch of the wet potting soil. Keep the pot in the warmest, sunny area; they like greenhouse conditions. Keep the soil moist and mist regularly. Plumeria cannot take a freeze and will not germinate in cold weather. The seed should sprout within the first 30 days. Seed colors do not necessarily remain true to the parent, so your variety will be a surprise!

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