Re: plumeria

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Posted by alan butterfield on May 17, 2003 at 03:00:53:

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?
Prune, the less branches, more flowers.. You need lots of sunshine, a good soil ph (6.00 or better) and don't forget phosphorous in the fertilizer. Place fertilizer under the ground. Alan

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