Red frangipani is tolerant of drought but not waterlogging
. Its roots may rot when left in standing water. Pay attention to the amount and frequency of watering for potted plants
. When the weather is cool in the spring and fall, and the temperature is mild, watering it once every 2-3 days is enough. In the summer, the temperature is higher and red frangipani
grows exuberantly while experiencing quicker water evaporation. Therefore, check soil dryness daily to decide whether the plant
needs watering. In the winter, red frangipani
sheds its leaves and enters dormancy. In general, watering once every 10-15 days in winter will suffice, and the amount of water should be limited so it won't remain in the soil and cause root rot.
For outdoor-grown red frangipani
, watering is generally not necessary due to its deep roots and drought-enduring ability. Just water it a little when it's dry and hot.