The highly fragrant frangipani-like flowers of the Native Frangipani appear in profusion in terminal clusters. Emerging as cream in spring, they turn yellow to orange in summer and are a magnet for birds, native bees and other honey-loving wildlife. With a naturally upright, spindly or tiered habit, a regular prune will restrain height and provide a more compact form if desired. Plant a Native Frangipani at the entrance to your home where its intoxicating fragrance will be a warm welcome to family and friends. Fast growth rate.
An ideal feature tree for foliage, flower and fragrance, with striking white to yellow flowers of exceptional perfume from spring through to summer. Full sun/part shade in fertile soil. Prune only if a compact shape is required. Drought tolerant once established.