NOW OFFERING PLUMERIA!
Check out our variety of Plumerias (Frangipani) that can be shipped right to your home!
Bring a piece of Hawaii and the Tropics right in your backyard! Our Plumeria will fill the air of your garden or patio with a heavenly scent and stunning flowers.
They are showstoppers and will surely be conversation starters! They pair well with many of our pot rocks and pond kits so be sure to check those out as well!
- Each Plumeria is sold ROOTED and a Named Cultivar. (Cuttings will be available in the future.)
- Sizing is 12"-24" and were harvested from mature mother trees in Hawaii.
- Plumeria are actually a flowering tree and grow very fast in the ideal conditions.
- They are easy to care for, drought tolerant and need little attention to flourish.
- We ship bare root, and well protected within the US.
- Some have inflos available, if you would like one with an inflo please call for pricing.
- They bloom all season and are very easy to maintain
Plumeria Background & History
The Plumeria flower is the same flower often used in the well-known Hawaiian flower Lei.. It is well known for its showy flowers and heavenly scent.
The Plumeria Flower represents new life or birth, love and romance, charm and grace, beauty, spring and new beginnings. They are often given as gifts and are seen as a positive and hopeful symbol. This is often the go-to flower in wedding ceremonies, new baby arrival gifts, and baptisms,.
Plumerias have significance in many different cultures around the world, and are used at weddings, funerals, ceremonies, sacred events, etc.
In Hawaiian Culture, the plumeria can be used to symbolize a woman’s romantic status when worn in the hair. If the flower is behind a woman’s left ear, she is in a relationship. If it is worn behind the right ear she is willing to meet a romantic partner.
In Buddhist culture the plumeria represents immortality and the tree is considered sacred. This is most likely because the plumeria flower will often bloom even after it has been uprooted. It is often planted outside Buddhist temples.
In Hindu culture, plumerias represent devotion and dedication to the faith.
In Mayan culture, the plumeria flower represented life and birth while in Mexican legends, the Plumeria tree gave birth to the Gods themselves.
To summarize the symbolic meanings, the Plumeria flower has a very strong symbolic meaning and importance for so many cultures, and even today this symbolic heritage continues to be worshipped.