No ID Common White/Yellow #1 was one of the first major acquisitions in the early days of La Vie Dansante Plumerias. In other words, a ton of unnamed cuttings were unceremoniously dumped in our driveway before I was bit by the plumeria bug. Being a plant lover, I couldn’t let them wither and die, so I potted them up and the rest is history. No ID Common White/Yellow #1 has an annoying habit of dropping flowers before they open, usually early in the season. We haven’t pinpointed it, but we think it might have to do with the weather. By summer, the flowers are behaving normally and even exhibit an occasional splash during hot weather! I prefer the flower form and scent of No ID Common White/Yellow #1 over Celadine, but Celadine doesn’t have any annoying habits. This is an excellent variety to use for grafting stock.
Disclaimer: La Vie Dansante’s No ID varieties could very well be a named variety, but the source we received it from either didn’t know what it was, couldn’t recall the original source, or it was a source with questionable practices and we chose to label the plant as a “No ID” rather than take the risk of selling a variety that may not be correctly identified. With that disclosure, a No ID variety can still be a stellar performer that can hold its own with the named varieties!