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Plumeria pucida

Bridal bouquet
White frangipani
Fiddle leaf plumeria

Not native to Florida

Matanzas Province, Cuba 02/17/19
Matanzas Province, Cuba 02/17/19

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Sometimes planted in pots or Florida landscapes, this plant is native to Panama, Columbia and Venezuela.
This species of Plumeria is distinguished by the long, spatulate shaped leaves with an acuminate tip. The large showy flowers appear in clusters and have five white petals around a yellow center.

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Plumeria pucida is a member of the Apocynaceae - Dogbane family.


Other species of the Plumeria genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
  Plumeria alba - WHITE PLUMERIA


Date record last modified: Feb 22, 2020


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