This plumeria is named for the first person to document the hybridization of plumeria via selective cross-pollination. He used Daisy Wilcox (seed parent) and Scott Pratt (pollen parent) to develop the seedlings plumeria lovers have come to love and cherish. This one, the bearer of the most massive inflorescence (flower cluster) was aptly named to honor a gentleman who gave the plumeria world so much. The flowers are a little smaller—3 inches, and are a lovely rainbow of pink, white and gold. The scent is like sweet Grape Koolaid–very unique! The clusters of flowers can get to the size of a basket ball and the more mature the tree, the more intense the show. A true collector’s plant! Rooted plants–sizes from 9″-11″ measured from the soil line.