9 thoughts on “Bee on a red plumeria

  1. naturebackin

    When I saw the photo I thought, oh a pink frangipani. And then discovered the name plumeria, which I did not know before. Here they are grown as ornamentals in coastal areas in the summer rainfall region, with the white ones with yellow centres being the most common. They have the most fabulous scent. ( I am suddenly reminded that when I was an infant (on holiday at the coast) my mother entered me into an informal fancy dress event wearing my best white petticoat and garlanded with frangipani flowers she had threaded together. Sweet! :))

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