Ya never know, dose leaves have been known to attack. BOL!
they look just like a Frangipani - oh - just looked it up and they are the same thing :) Love the smell of them
Wasn't "The Attack of the Killer Leaves" the sequel to "The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes"?
We had to look that up, because we were thinking Frangipani....and it's the same. SHE thinks they have the most beautiful smell. You're lucky to have one.
Our Mama loves the smell of Plumeria too Daisy!!Smileys!Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
We don't know about the Plumeria, it looks lovely (and maybe a bit scary if it is taking over the deck).
I have never smelled one but I bet it is terrific. Just be careful a bee is not in the flower when you sniff.Thanks for being a friendSweet William The Scot
Dat is so cool dat ya can grow dat dere... it would get all frozen here...
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Daisy you are so cute! Don't let those leaves get youHugsMadi your bfff
I've seen that look come from Todd -- You've captured it perfectly, and it is funny!!
OMD, Ma would be in HEAVEN!!!! She loves those trees!!!! Waits...I thinks I can smell them from here! Oh waits...that's my chewie..totally different...Kisses,Ruby ♥
Mom loves Frangipani trees (that is what we call them here in SA), she says the flowers are arooootiful and they smell even better.Keep an eye on those leaves Daisy...they can be very tricksy!Wally & Sammy
I bet they smell yummy. Did you get to taste them??Ziggy Out!!