Plumeria alba

Frangipani belongs to Apocynaceae family and is native to South and Central America. It is now grown in the tropical areas across the globe. Frangipani is loved for its intensely fragrant flowers that are funnel shaped. For centuries, frangipani is widely used in Indian societies because of its healing benefits. In Indian culture many consider the frangipani tree to be a symbol of immortality because of its ability to reproduce from cuttings


Mar - May

Part of the plant



Fine Fragrance

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Frangipanis won't burn except in extreme (over 500 degrees) temperatures