Common Frangipani Flora

Common Frangipani

Plumeria rubra

The commonly recognised frangipani tree is native to Central America, however, it is widespread throughout many tropical regions of the world. The stunning frangipani flower grows in colours such as yellow, white and pink! These trees are deciduous, meaning they lose their flowers and leaves during the dry, cooler months.

Distribution: Central America and tropical regions of the world

Height: 2.8 metres

Width: 2.8 metres

Season: Summer and autumn

Location at Australia Zoo: South-east Asia

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