Plumeria Frangipani Pictures: Country Flower of Laos
Plumeria flower trivia: According to folk beliefs plumeria flowers (Frangipani) in Southeastern Asia provide shelter to ghosts and demons.
The scent of the plumeria represents vampires in Malay folklore, the pontianak.
In Bangladeshi culture most white flowers, and particularly plumeria are connected to funerals and dying.
In the Philippines plumeria flowers are similarly associated with ghosts and graveyard. Plumeria flowers are commonly found planted on cemetery grounds.
Beautiful sunny photo of white Frangipani flowers
Whimsical painting like rendition of white plumeria flower: Laotian floral emblem
Plumeria flower: national floral emblem of Laos
Picture of beautiful plumerias
Beautiful plumerias official national flower of Laos
White plumeria flower of Laos
Rain drops on white plumeria flower
Photoshop altered beautiful white plumeria