Propagate Frangipani plant
Frangipani are usually propagated from cuttings, but breeders also grow them from seeds. If propagating through cutting, first dry it out for one week in shade and plant it directly into ground or a pot of sand. Water only once every fortnight until your cutting develops roots.
Plant in a well-drained bed
Plant Frangipani tree in well drained bed that is not prone to standing water. Also make sure that you choose an area that provides some afternoon shade and is protected from harsh winds.
Let rain do watering
Since Frangipani trees do not need a lot of watering, rain water should suffice if you live in an region where the rain is frequent. Water the plant only during extended dry periods, when there is less than one inch of rainfall in ten days.
Frangipani trees respond really well to regular pruning. You can use different pruning approaches to create a compact and densely branched tree. To do so, trim the branches to one half or one third of their natural length.
Check for fungal infections
Use foliar fungicide sprays to avoid a fungal attack. Moreover, keeping the plant well nourished helps prevent fungal infection.