Dean Conklin

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Plumeria cv ‘Dean Conklin’

Petal Shading

  • Top: Yellow-Orange 14A at the base, then white. Grainy Red-Purple 64C overlays most of the petal, where it overlays the yellow-orange it forms an orangish appearance.
  • Bottom: A Red-Purple 64C stripe becomes pale and grainy to the right. A splash of Yellow-Orange 14A mingles with the red-purple in the lower right.

Characteristics

Flower

  • Flower Width: 12 cm
  • Texture: Good
  • Tendency to Fade: Moderate
  • Petal Type: Elliptical, somewhat twisted, somewhat pointed tip
  • Fragrance: Plumeria
  • Intenstiy of Fragrance: Mild

Leaf

  • Color: Light green
  • Texture: Flexible
  • Leaf Border Color: Red
  • Petiole Color: Green, hint of red
  • Shape: Oblanceolate, acuminate tip
  • Length: 40 cm
  • Width: 10.5 cm

Plant

  • Pollen Parent: Unknown
  • Seed Parent: Unknown
  • Deciduous
  • Seed production: Average
  • Branching: Fair to good
  • Growth habit: Upright, lanky
  • Measured Trunk Circumference: 47 cm