Australia’s widest range of Frangipani cuttings
Nothing brings to mind fond memories of beautiful holidays at exotic locations
quite like the lovely flowers of the frangipani tree. Buy a cutting and have it shipped to your door, buy frangipani merchandise or explore our stock image gallery and experience the Fancy Frangipani difference.
Explore our wide range of frangipani strains for you to grow or gift to a loved one.
Enquire about our very own range of merchandise for you or someone else to enjoy.
Visit our Shutterstock channel to purchase Fancy Frangipani stock images.
The home of Australia’s widest selection of Frangipanis.
We’re an Australian-owned nursery with years of history in the industry and we’ve spent more than 12 years developing our rare collection of over 150 stunning frangipani varieties.
With our home-grown breeding program, we’re able to achieve outstanding results not just in terms of the beauty of our flowers but their hardiness too. Whether you’re interested in our frangipanis for yourself or as a gift to someone else, you can rest assured that what you’re purchasing is a high quality product with a bright future ahead of it.
What do I get?
At Fancy Frangipanis it’s as easy as 1 2 3: Select your plant type, get your package (which includes a stem cutting, pot and grow instructions)
Get your package
We collect, package and ship the same day so there’s no lengthy wait and your cuttings will be in excellent condition when they arrive.
Learn more about the story of Fancy Frangipanis
As seen on TV, Fancy Frangipanis is blooming. Beautiful piece by 7 News on the decade long journey to turn the dream of Fancy Frangipanis into reality.
The story of agriculture and horticulture has been influenced by the work of people who saw what existed and imagined what could be. With this in mind, they employed selective breeding to enhance desirable traits (like scent or size) and reduce or remove negative ones...
First-time planters may be alarmed to find their once-healthy Frangipani trees looking far less majestic than usual in the winter months. Never fear, it’s a perfectly natural phenomenon that your plant can easily survive and come back from without any damage....