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Frangipani/Kalachuchi (Plumeria spp.)



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frangipani

Took this shot a while back ... in the province we had a neighbor who had this plant in their front yard and we loved passing by their place because of the sweet smell of these flowers! There were even times when we asked for some flowers because we wanted to make them into leis ... loved the sweet smell!

In college we had these plants, too ... though not as fragrant. Dunno why. Different variety, I guess. :)

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fahrrad at: Sat May 10, 03:21:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I love flower.I think flower is the symbol of beauty.I like smell of flower.So,Gardening is my hobby.

Polina at: Sat May 10, 03:35:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Funny, I remember the flower from my childhood. I was collecting stamps and the stamp with similar flower was among my favs:)

My Bug Life at: Sat May 10, 05:12:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Nice one Maiylah!

I posted on a rare bloom on my blog..just in time for M-day.

Leah at: Sun May 11, 10:13:00 AM GMT+8 said...
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Leah at: Sun May 11, 10:23:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Just wanted to say hi and drop in to say i am posting one of your photos.

Happy Weekend.

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Chizmosa at: Mon May 12, 05:00:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I love this flower. In my country, it is called Kalachuchi. Its smell is sweet that I always want to pick its flower everytime I see a place with it.

Great shot too ;0

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