Jackie is another of the so-called “Pagoda” plumerias, meaning they can produce flowers with very pointy tips. With Jackie this phenomenon is quite frequent, though it does occasionally produce more rounded petals. This seems to have something to do with heat and humidity, like with most of the other Pagoda varieties. 3.5″ blooms of yellow, red, and sometimes some orange will adorn this plant generously. Flowers are very sweetly scented. This is a definite collector’s plumeria. Growth habits is thick branches but definitely on the compact side as far as height. Rooted plants, not grafted. 12″-14″ from the soil line.