Bright bouquet

The Bright Bouquet, Plumeria pudica ‘Bridal Bouquet’ Frangipani, is a very fast growing tree, as the name suggest, the canopy of the plant is constantly flowering white flowers all year round, with the exception of winter months, it can reach 8-10 feet high, place it in full sun to partial shade and water regularly. Plumeria pudica (Bridal Bouquet) is a fast-growing evergreen shrub with usually one or two slender trunks that branch close to the ground Unlike plants, freshly cut flowers don’t need sunlight! So make sure to keep your floral arrangement away from any windows as the sun and heat will make the flowers “mature” faster.

We also recommend keeping them away from any drafts, cooling vents and other sources of heating too, as these will dry out your flowers.

Fresh flower bouquets should be made within 24 hours of the wedding in order to keep everything perky and beautiful. However, some blooms can last 48 hours after being cut. So if timing is a priority, make sure to research the shelf life of each type of flower you plan to include in the bouquet ahead of time.


  • Fertilizing and repotting Prior to repotting, give the plant four weeks to settle in and become acclimated to its new surroundings. Plants sent by mail travel in total darkness for several days, which can be an arduous experience. When it’s time to transplant again, use potting mix that drains properly and a container that is two to three inches wider than the existing one. According to the directions on the label, fertilize from spring through fall with a slow-release fertilizer. 
  • If you’re planting in the ground, make sure the hole is twice as big as the pot you bought. Take the tree out of the grower pot; if necessary, snip off the plastic pot. 

Lower the plant to the ground. As you backfill dirt to eliminate air pockets, water the tree. To keep weeds out and preserve moisture, mulch the newly created soil.

  • Lighting: Bright Light and Full Sun
  • Watering: Let the top inch of soil dry out; this could take three to four days. Water gradually so that the soil gets moistened uniformly.
  • Humidity: Most tropical plants benefit from consistent moisture, so misting or using a humidifier on a regular basis is advised.
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