Chicago, Illinois (PressExposure) February 12, 2011 -- Bob Walsh Enterprises announces their newest Giveaway. Beginning today Bob Walsh Enterprises are introducing their "Hawaiian Royalty Free Plumeria Cutting 'Kauka Wilder' Giveaway". This Giveaway honors two of Hawaii's most famous honored Royals, King Kamehameha IV (born February 9, 1834) and Prince Kulanianaole, popularly known as Prince Kuhio (born March 26, 1871). These two Hawaiian Royals have the only two United States holidays named for Royalty.
Now through March 26, 2011 one lucky purchaser's name will be drawn from all those who purchase a copy of "How To Grow Plumeria - Frangipani Anytime Anywhere" which is an easy to follow illustrated plumeria care guide for tropical plant lovers around the world who wish to grow these beautiful exotic fragrant flowers, but live outside the subtropical and tropical regions of the world, the natural habitat of plumeria, frangipani plants. International sales of this plumeria care guide include Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Taiwan. The United States sales stretch across the country from Florida and Georgia on the East Coast to California and Oregon on the West Coast.
This book highlights the newest successful plumeria rooting method with a step by step process documenting it with photos and explanations. This process is encouraging to all plumeria lovers as it accelerates the growing process and shortens the time it takes in rooting these very popular tropical plants which may allow for year round plumeria development in the future.
The drawing will take place on March 27, 2011. The lucky winner will receive one single FREE plumeria cutting 'Kauka Wilder', which is among the most popular Hawaiian plumerias.
'Kauka Wilder' honors Gerrit Parmile Wilder. His Hawaiian name was "Kauka", meaning "Doctor", a name inherited from his grandfather, Dr. Gerrit Parmile Judd. He was born in Honolulu, November 5, 1863. He was also widely known as a horticulturalist, someone now known as a plant explorer His mother, Elizabeth Kinau Wilder, the oldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gerrit P. Judd, was born on Hawai'i in 1831 in the "Old Mission Home", the second white child born in Hawaii.
Kauka Wilder personally made many contributions to the study of botany in Hawaii and the Pacific and leaves a further legacy with the endowment of the Wilder Chair in the University of Hawaii at Manoa's Botany Department.
The flowers of Plumeria 'Kauka Wilder' have a strong reddish-yellow color with a large bright yellow center and wide moderate red band on the back. The flower petals are slightly overlapping, narrow and elliptical in shape and have pointed tips. The flowers average three inches in diameter and have a strong sweet fragrance. Plumeria 'Kauka Wilder' ranks among the most fragrant plumerias.