Blush Pink is my top pick for beginners. In our warm climate, it is not unheard of for Blush Pink to keep most of its leaves and bloom year round. During a cold winter it will go dormant, but it has always been the first plumeria to bloom (usually in March) and the last to lose its blooms in our collection. Don’t let the plain Jane appearance fool you…this beauty packs a wonderful fresh scent that wafts through the garden, and true to its name, it has a pink blush during hot weather. It looks identical to the variety named “Gardena”, but the scent is very different. Blush Pink has a spreading growth habit and big, full inflos.