We have some stunning new hybrids flowering after 5 to 10 years of nurturing from seed. It never ceases to amaze me how different the flowers are between each of the seedling grown trees. I have started to catalog these fancy new hybrids and will begin to introduce these to our avid collectors on both our web pages and through our social media channels. Regards Andy
Frangipani cuttings can live for up to 8 weeks after the cutting is removed from it’s parent tree. Cuttings have a longer life span in the colder months when the air is dry. In warmer, more humid climates it is recommended to only leave cuttings for up to 4 weeks, before replanting.
To grow a frangipani tree from a cutting all you need to do is plant the cutting in a pot, or straight in the ground. To keep the frangipani cutting standing upright you may need to use a stake and some tape.