Drooping Plumeria

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Help!!!! I was out of town for a few days and the person who was supposed to water the garden, forgot to water the plumeria. It was without water for a couple of days, in the horrible Texas heat. Now it looks like this. I think it’s from lack of water. I watered it deeply. What are the odds that’ll survive????
 

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The odds are very good that the Frangipani (Plumeria cv.) in the OP did fine after not being watered for two days.
I'd be a tad worried about it being usually watered more often than that.
 

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