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I do not know what the plant is that is on this question. I love it and want to take care of it properly. The nursery called it a Hula Palm and I can not find it anywhere on the web. Please help.

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Hardiness Zone: 10a

By Karen from Long Beach, CA

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October 14, 20100 found this helpful

Looks like a Hawaiian Palm. This website has some information.
http://www.hawa  /history_en.html

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October 17, 20100 found this helpful

Your plant is a plumeria.

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October 17, 20100 found this helpful

Hi,
I was given one and it said it was a Hawaiian Palm. No way is it a Plumeria. I looked it up and it said it was almost extinct and "they" saved it. I'm originally from Hawaii and have never seen it before nor have any of my Hawaiian friends so I don't know where they got their information. Mine did well inside in the winter, I live in France and it freezes here. I'd put it outside in the summer. You shouldn't have any trouble leaving it outside all year in Long Beach. Mainly give it mineral water and spray for spider mites with soapy water. Good luck,

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