Other names: Bridal Bouquet, Fiddle Leaf Plumeria
Compared to the familiar frangipani (P. rubra), Plumeria pudica is relatively new on the scene in Queensland. It's evergreen or almost so (depending on how cold it is) with unusually shaped leaves. It has white (non-fragrant) frangipani-style flowers on a bush/small tree that is more upright and denser foliaged than more familiar frangipanis. This is often called "evergreen" and can keep its leaves in winter in Brisbane, but may defoliate in colder districts.
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Plumeria pudica in the Landscape
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Late July in Brisbane: almost all the flowers have fallen but the foliage still looks good.
Other Information Online
Bridal Bouquet, Fiddle Leaf Plumeria. University of Florida (PDF)