Frangipani Seeds—Growing Instructions To grow your plumeria or frangipani from seeds, follow the tested and proven steps below: 1. Moisten the Frangipani Seeds To hasten the germination process, the seeds need to be plumped up with moisture. The easiest way is to place the seeds between moistened tissue papers. Leave them for 24 hours in a warm environment. You will notice that the thicker part of the seeds will swell. The seeds will now be ready for sowing. 2. Prepare Potting Mix Meanwhile, you can either prepare your own potting mix or buy it ready-made from a nursery. For this project, I used Baba brand 'Seedling Package'. It came with 0.88 lb. (400 gram) peat moss and ten numbers of cultivation pots that are 2 inches (5 cm) deep. If you don't use this cultivation pot often, you can save money by reusing or recycling 0.12 gallon (500 ml) empty mineral bottles. Cut off two thirds of the bottle and use the bottom one third. Make holes at the base and, after cleaning, your cultivation pot is ready for use. 3. Transplant the Swollen Seeds Moisten the peat moss (or potting mix) and make a small hole in the mix. Gently push the plumeria seed about 0.2 inches (5mm) into the mix. Make sure the swollen end is at the bottom and the seed wing is at the top. Allow part of this wing to stick out of the soil. Tenderly press the soil against the side of the plumeria seed. 4. Create a Mini Greenhouse Effect Place these pots in an empty plastic container and cover it to create a mini greenhouse effect. Place it in a warm, lighted area, but not under full sunlight. Check daily to make sure the soil is not dry. If the top soil looks dry, mist it with water. 5. Wait for the Seeds to Germinate Depending on the freshness of the seeds, it will take from seven days to over a month for them to germinate. Most of the time, the leaf will emerge with the remains of the husk still attached. It will drop off as the leaves grow bigger.