Plumeria pudica Jacq.
Synonym                    : Plumeria caracasana J.R.Johnst
Family                        : Apocynaceae
Local Names              : Fiddle leaf plumeria
Flowering and fruiting period: August – March 
Distribution: Central and Tropical South America
Habitat: Garden Plant
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: No
Uses: Ornamental 
Key Characters: Plumeria pudica is a shrub usually with one or two slender trunks that branch close to the ground hence it forms a dense spreading crown. Leaves are dark green and unique fiddle-shaped, or spoon-shaped. Large clusters of bright white 3 inch flowers with small yellow centers cover this tree as a beautiful bouquet. The flowers are not fragrant. The plant looks attractive even when it is not flowering, because of its beautiful leaves.