|Planting Season||spring; flowering from March to September|
|Soil Requirements||Loose and fertile sandy soil rich in humus and well-drained|
|Watering||Keep wet but no water accumulation|
|Pruning||Slight trim after blooming|
Topdressing 1-2 times a month during the growing season, and thin fertilizer mainly containing phosphorus should be applied 1-2 times before flowering.
|Pest and Disease Control||Corner spot, red spiders, powdery mildew, scallops, rust|
Interesting Facts Nabat
Dried Mexican plumeria petals (Frangipani) can be used to make tea. However, whether it is red or white Mexican plumeria, the white juice from its branches and trunk is toxic. Take caution and do not touch it with an open wound.