Re: plumeria

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Posted by Rhonda on January 12, 2003 at 13:41:51:

In Reply to: plumeria posted by christine on January 02, 2003 at 15:13:14:

: I have a HUGE plumeria plant that was covered with nice leaves last summer but I never got a single flower. It had been root bound in a pot and I successfully transplanted it into the ground. How do I get the flowers to come back??

: Also, it has LOTS of off-shoots, should I prune? How?

Hi Christine,
that may be the fact, it may be root bound.
as for the new shoot's yes yu can trim it back...I have some and hveto do this.
you can put the cutting's in rooting Hormone and water them Lot's, set them in a cool dry dark place and water ocasionally and they will soon start to grow as well.
Hope this help's!

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