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Hawaiian Plumeria Festival -- September 3rd and 4th.
Casa del Prado, Rooms 101/104/Patios A & B
1800 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
    
18th Annual Hawaiian Plumeria Festival - Flower Show & Plant Sale 
    Everyone welcome! (free admission)

    At the Casa del Prado in Balboa Park; map
    Extensive selection of plumeria care and related products

    Hawaiian Entertainment featuring live music and dancing
Saturday, September 3rd
 Tipanie o Patitifa

Sunday, September 4th
 Cool Breeze
slack key guitarist Kevin Mullen
    
New! Hawaiian Food by Ohana Cafe

    Flower Show: Room 104 
    Entries accepted Saturday from 8:30-11:00AM
    Show hours: 
Saturday noon-4pm & Sunday 10am-2pm
Hundreds of spectacular Plumeria entries! Anyone may enter.
Download your flower show entry tags:

Plant Sale: Room 101 and Patio
Saturday & Sunday 10am-4pm
100s of hearty plumerias to choose from 
Knowledgeable vendors & volunteers 
Visit the Plant Sale Page for the cultivar list

New! Plumeria Gifts Sale
Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 4pm
Plumeria related gift items from our talented members! Cash and check only.
  • Tree trimming services for 2016 are now closed for the year. More information on our program here. Please contact us if you have plumeria trees that need trimming or would like to volunteer to trim trees. Please note: For tree trimming services in Orange County, please contact the South Coast Plumeria Society.

Flower Show 2015 Photo Album

2015 SCPS Flower Show Winners



Presentations Available

Did you miss our amazing February presentation? It's available here!

How about the amazing May presentation with Ernesto Sandovel, who has everyone quadrisecting/splitting the tips of their plumerias? It's available here.

David Mora's presentation on his modified grafting tool

Greg Silverthorn's presentation, including great resources for budget-friendly soil amendment


Open Surveys

We want to hear from you! We've got one survey open right now:

  • Cold Hardiness Survey: tell us what survived the winter and what didn't, along with how you store them and what your climate is like.