Plumeria


Plumeria acuminata c.v.

They always come in different colors. We should mark the plants when they bloom, doncha think? And fragrant too. We grow them inside here in the Bay Area. They grow them outside in Southern Cal, up to Santa Barbara.

We always have trouble getting them to rebloom. We use fish bone meal. This year, I have 3 that are in the process of blooming right about now, out of 6 we have that bloomed last year. I think that’s a pretty good percentage. Even when they don’t bloom, they make a great multi-branched tree houseplant, doncha think? Well, it’s hard to tell from the photo of the bloom, but you can trust me on this one; they do.


    
    
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