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[X* Sri Supa Korn, Srisupakorn]

[ Apocynaceae ]

Hybrid with larger flowers than the original. Unlike the species, has a mild, sweet fragrance! White with pink and yellow center. Leaves: dark green, very wavy margins. The flower has a pink tinge on the outer edges with a pink band on the back of the petal. The buds are a deep pink. Evergreen, semi dwarf hybrid which is perfect for landscaping as hedges, fences, screening and large pots. Pink pudica has a very long flowering season and is more cold tolerant than most frangipanis. Large flowers in bunches are very pale pink with thin line of darker pink around edge of petals. The pink flower color is darker when grown in semi shade. It has shiny green, wavy leaves. The originator of this plant said it's a seedling of Singapore White, (not dwarf Singapore) and he guessed that the pollen should be from P. pudica. Srisupakorn is not a dwarf but rather a compact tree with slim and short branches which grow a bit upward. It does have a nice fragrance and can get even pinker. Seems to have a growth habit more like a standard plumie not like a pudica. Not susceptible to rust. Being a seedling of Pudica, 'Pink Pudica' is a somewhat confusing name. Leaves: dark green, very wavy margins. Stem was somewhat thicker than P. pudica but still looked very much like its parent, including the free branching. This is definitely a nice hybrid with superior qualities than the original species.

Seeds (3) : Out of Stock

Cutting 20-25cm : Out of Stock

Plant (rooted cutting) 20-25cm : Out of Stock

Flowering plant . Plant which produce fragrant flowers .

Temperature during winter
Watering during automn-winter
Watering during hot season
Fertilizer during growth

2 gravel + 1 soil + 1 humus

Indoor during winter temperature min. from 11 to 16C


Rarely ( when the substrate is dry )

Regularly and abundantly, but avoid that the water traverse the pot

Regularly but with spacing
No pruning
Repot every year if possible

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