A bright yellow Plumeria flower stands out in sharp contrast to the muted red and green buds on its branch that have not yet bloomed.
This plumeria was an early bloomer at the local Maka’eo garden at Old Airport State Park in Kailua Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island. Seeing the first to bloom always creates a great anticipation of the rest to come.
There are hundreds of varieties of plumeria on the islands, several of which are represented in this garden.
With a gorgeous sunset behind, soft sand in front, and bubbling water creeping in, this pink plumeria is in a beautiful setting. read more
We hope this Sunshine Plumeria, petals white with yellow bursting from their center, brightens your day. read more
Pink and white plumeria bottoms in Hawaii contrast with the white sky to create an artful image. read more
We are not sure what the actual name of this plumeria variety is, but we call it the Cinnamon Plumeria, for its somewhat spicy fragrance. read more
Fragrant plumeria shine brightly in the Hawaiian sun, spreading aloha for all passers-by. read more
This bunch of white plumeria are so pretty and vibrant, you can nearly smell them through your screen. read more
Three plumeria angle toward the southern sun to soak up the rays, showing off their simple yet inviting blossoms. read more
We like to think of this one as plumeria peek-a-boo. Two buttery white plumeria stand out while a third peeks out from behind a shaded leaf. read more
Two plumeria with a baby on the way look great with pink edges and yellow centers. read more
We are grateful for Hawaii, its good weather, and the plumeria found all around it. read more
Many people don’t know that this graceful and aromatic flower is originally from… read more