White Frangipani - Les Efforts, San Fernando
There are many species and varieties of Frangipani, the more common ones being white,
yellow and shades of red. The white version is native to the West Indies and the red
variety originated in Central America. This small tree, up to 15 ft. tall, sheds its
leaves during the dry season, but tends to flower continuously. Its sweet fragrance,
especially in the evenings, has made it a popular garden tree. Because of the sweet scent,
it is planted extensively in Temple gardens.
Red Frangipani - Les Efforts, San Fernando
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