A huge and decayed old Plumeria tree growing in the Eastern Ghats, named after a colleague who first spotted it
At the entrance to the large and spectacular Borra Caves, you can find these large frangipanis spreading out over the cliffs to the river below.
Look for this potted frangipani tree on a rooftop cafe in Udaipur, just south of the City Palace
Inside the Taj Hotel, this plumeria tree grows next to a memorial for the victims of the 26 November 2008 attacks in Mumbai
A frangipani tree near the summit of the spectacular Shivganga mountain
At the old Danish Custom’s House- now a luxury hotel- the Plumeria trees in the garden offered a backdrop to Eclipse-Chasers viewing the annular-ring solar eclipse on 15 January 2010
A frangipani tree dramatically crowns the crest of Tagore Hill in Ranchi
Near the Parsi well sacred site by Churchgate Station, this lovely Plumeria tree serves as a nice storage site for the Maidan sportsfield gardener’s tools.
A small tree grows between the strange brickword shapes of the Jantar Mantar Solar Observatory in central New Delhi
This wonderfully wizened tree stands just around the corner from the famous Stone Chariot at Vitthala Temple, in the surreal granitic boulder landscape of Hampi