frangipani (English) [ IPA: ˌfrændʒəˈpæniː ASM: ফ্ৰেঞ্জিপানি]
Contributed by: Anjal Borah (অঞ্জল বৰা) on 2009-06-16
1. Flowers(Common Noun) There is a lore which says that the name Frangipani derives from a perfume created by an Italian family of the same name. Frangipani, also known as the Plumeria, is native to warm tropical areas of the Pacific Islands, Caribbean, South America and Mexico. Leaves tend to fall in early winter since they are deciduous and sensitive to cold. From mid spring through fall the white flowers with yellow centers adorn the plant at the tips of branches. Individual flowers are 2 ½ inches (~10 cm) across and are very showy and fragrant. "Plumeria" species are easily propagated by taking a cutting of leafless stem tips in Spring and allowing them to dry at the base before inserting them into soil. এবিধ বগা-হালধীয়া ৰঙৰ সংমিশ্ৰণৰ ডাঠ পাহিৰ সুগন্ধিযুক্ত ফুল গছ৷ অতি সহজতে ইয়াৰ ডাল কাটি ইয়াক ৰুব পাৰি৷