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Third year bloom of a seedling. I am thinking of naming her Julie Christine.
It is hard for me to capture the colors of this flower with my camera. The center has some red in it and the red radiates from the center turning to pink. Their is a faint pink band on the front and back of the right side of the petal.
It has a sweet floral scent. However, I am not a reliable scent describer. I have a limited scent awareness - good and bad, actually three, I forgot - none. I need to attend a work shop on identifying scents.
Does anyone have an idea what this may be. I lost the tag and I don't know if it is a seedling or a named variety. It is one of the best smelling plumerias I have. It is a sweet floral scent, but my description of scents is not very reliable. I just know it smells great.