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Plumeria Help

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by somer on April 28, 2006 11:37 AM
This is a very stupid question but I am really not sure. I bought a plumeria cutting from Wal-Mart yesterday and when I went to plant it I couldn't figure out which end to plant. [Embarrassed]
It looks as though it were cut on one end and has green shoots on the other. My husband says it is the roots but I don't think it looks like roots. I have sent an email to the company since the package didn't come with good instructions and have not heard back from them. Any ideas?

by PAR_Gardener on April 28, 2006 06:10 PM
Plant the cut end down. The top is dome-ish and has green shoots. The shoots look like little pointy thorns to start. You won't get roots without heat and light. It will not sprout roots spontaneously.

Good luck with your new plumeria. [thumb]

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by alankhart on April 29, 2006 06:18 AM
I have 2 of them...and they've gotten quite large. I've had to repot them 3 times. Mine are white...what color is yours? I would like to have a red one.

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