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Plumeria 'Celadine' - Celadine Plumeria

Plumeria 'Celadine' - Celadine Plumeria (Plumeria 'Celadine' - Celadine Plumeria)

The common Celadine Plumeria growing about a block from my house. Photo taken August 4, 2010.

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Just gorgeous.............

5 Aug, 2010



Thanks! This property has 4 large Plumeria shrubs (I've posted 2). They have enough flowers to make many Hawaiian leis. : > )

5 Aug, 2010


Beautiful sculptural form and glossy foliage. If I ever try it in ground again? A gopher cage around it.

2 Sep, 2016


There's three trees in front of this house. One is a beautiful pink. The previous pic is another one on the right side of the house.

3 Sep, 2016


What a beauty lots of blooms.

27 May, 2017


Hack off the far left branch...that's the size of my potted plant I got going in 1998. It was thriving...until I planted it and found that wet clay in winter is (near) death to them.
Its about 3' x3'. Has a thick trunk for its size.
btw,the price of a rooted cutting is sky high in the bay area.

27 May, 2017



Most varieties have lots of big clusters of flowers.

28 May, 2017



This plant is probably about 8' tall and 10' wide. This is one of three plants in front of this house. One variety is a spectacular orange-pink variety.

28 May, 2017


Thank you for that Andy.

28 May, 2017


I've got my REAL HEAT LOVING potted plants gathered together-lol. They try to soak up the sun. I also got it together to stop with the ceramic pots,light colored pots..and go back to great drainage and black heat absorbing nursery type pots.
I should have done that years ago. I also Andy, now give them extra room to grow. That Bonsai fat plant look gets old as years go by with little growth. I want to see them grow.

28 May, 2017


Black pots do retain a lot of heat. It's good for plants which need to have their roots very warm.

30 May, 2017

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