Plumeria is a forested agricultural kingdom, replete with plants and trees. The land is ancient and susceptible to damage and attack, as Plumeria has few military defenses.
The Plumerians appear to live primarily in tents and yurts while also making use of the abundance of trees by utilizing their branches to support their tents and to hang various other structures.
The people of Plumeria are optimistic, nature-loving, nonviolent, gentile, and peaceful — however their philosophy of non-aggression can be difficult to stay true to in times of war. They are also a family orientated people with many children and family units. They are also great with floral headwear, arts and crafts. They also hold drum circles in celebration for events. In Flowers for She-Ra, a little girl is seen handing a windchime to She-Ra.
They also thought highly of She-Ra and lowly of themselves, believing that they could depend on She-Ra could do everything for them. An elder even noted. "It is our honor to serve the She-Ra" as she gave her food and a little kid said "Whoa, that's She-Ra."
In Flowers for She-Ra, according to Perfuma, they had been telling tales of the She-Ra for thousands of years, in one of which she was portrayed as "She-Ra, the warrior who tamed the beasts of Beast Island with a single word." She also fought the mantisaur, according to legend, but Adora didn't even know what that was.
This changed when the people realized, they couldn't depend on one fighter. They needed to also help themselves, and for this reason they all marched into battle, even the regular villagers who originally thought they weren't soldiers. Storming into a Horde camp, a child screamed. "For the She-Ra!"
Plumeria was founded thousands of years ago and its people have lived there for just as long.
In "Flowers for She-Ra", Glimmer, She-Ra, and Bow venture to Plumeria in order to help restore the power of The Heart-Blossom and heal the land from an unknown sickness. She-Ra is unsure of what to do, but she attempts to live up to the people's expectations which are set by Bow's exaggerated storytelling and Glimmer's confident support.
The Horde set up a machine to pump toxins into the ground near Plumeria, poisoning their land and making it easier to invade. The Trio was ordered by Queen Angella to bring Plumeria supplies, not engage with the enemy —but they rally the people of Plumeria to defend themselves against the Horde's devious plan and restore peace.
- The only Plumerian whose name is listed in the show, other than Perfuma, is Seneschal.
- In real life the Plumeria flower is also a symbol of new life or birth.
- There is a carving of Mara in her She-Ra form on the tree that houses The Heart-Blossom; Perfuma shows this to The Trio on their first meeting.