This lovely variety comes from Paula Furtwangler, a long time and dedicated member of the Florida Plumeria Society in Houston, TX. This lovely plant produces nice bunches of 3.5″ blooms of a bright pink and white with heavy veining , all complimented with a large golden center. The name copper does not come from the flower but from the slight reddish color of the lovely leaves. We will have an extremely small number of the plants this season. Once they sell out they are gone until next season. Photo credit goes to Paula Furtwangler. ROOTED plants–not grafted, 12″-14″ measured from the soil line.