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Beautiful big tree, Lily_love. Mine are small yet, just got the cuttings last year from a gal who lives not far from us. So happy to see blooms already, and I've never had any other color than yellow. To think I only paid $1 for each cutting, I have to call her and let her know how happy they make me.
It's such joy when we can share gardening simple pleasure. Sami, in zone 10 yours may do well outdoor? I've to haul mine in/out of the basement every winter...the trees are getting too tall for that task...
I still have my plumerias in pots although I know they will do well in the ground. I have neighbors who have plumeria plants in the ground, but I never can make up my mind just where I want to put them. I have a nice space in my front yard where I have several rose bushes and at one end a metal piece of fencing I have sweet peas. I may plant one of my plumeria plants there. I never noticed how many people have them until I became interested in them several years ago. Now I'm always looking in yards to find them.