Articles

Related Images:
Read More
Camelot SpeciesPlumeria rubra This information for Camelot was submitted by Tex Norwood, located in Homestead, Florida, USA. Homestead, Florida, USA is in USDA Zone 10B. Camelot was grown from seed by Tex Norwood, Its pod parent is Penang Peach. Camelot, was planted in July of 2006. Camelot bloomed
Read More
Bat Guano: The Plumeria Superfood Rich In Macro And Micronutrients Guano has a long history as a high-performance organic fertilizer. When you see the benefits of guano on plumeria, you will immediately comprehend why wars have been fought and fortunes have been made and lost because of guano. WHAT IS
Read More
PLUMERIA SUBMISSION FORM (Click to review the Characteristics Page form more detailed information on each Characteristic) Related Images:
Read More
Using Honey In Plumeria Cultivation Looking to clone a certain special plumeria plant? Do you need new and innovative forms of fertilizer? Honey could be just the organic ingredient you need to refine and improve your plumeria growing methods. Honey has powerful and unique properties which could make it the
Read More
Germinating Old Plumeria Seeds When your old plumeria seeds don’t want to germinate, one of these four techniques could come to their—and your—rescue. Aging seeds are more difficult to grow than fresh ones and we’ll explain what you can do to help germination. The older a plumeria seed gets, the
Read More
Ethephon Forces Plumeria for Winter Flowering A plumeria lei is a traditional greeting among both residents and tourists in Hawaii. As a lei flower, plumeria is much underestimated in terms of its value in the floriculture industry, because many flowers are gathered from backyards and roadside plantings and thus are
Read More
Rooting Hormones Cuttings are the best way a home grower can continue to grow a specific plumeria cultivar long-term. Similarly, if you plan on growing large numbers of plants, plumeria cuttings are the smart option. Rooting hormones play a key role in rooting. Find out why here. Taking cuttings is
Read More
Amino Acids — Here’s What They Do For Plumeria Plants Amino acids are crucial for humans, but what about plumeria? Take a glimpse into the world of protein building for plants, and see how you can support plant development and yield with amino acids. Nitrogenphosphorus, and potassium are the three main
Read More
Inflorescences A Plumeria inflorescence is a grouping or cluster of flowers, as opposed to solitary flowers borne separately. Sometimes the word floret is used to refer to the individual flowers within such a cluster. Inflorescences can be: spike — perfect (bisexual) flowers growing on the side of a single stalk, attached
Read More
Potting Media for Plumeria Low-quality or substandard potting media is a major source of problems with plumeria grown in containers (and, really, any container-grown plants). Plumerias that are potted in substandard or old decomposed potting soil are weaker than healthy plants, so they’re more likely to drop leaves, turn yellow,
Read More
Plumerias are tropical, very hardy, and easy to grow. [mbv name=”plumeria-view”] Related Images:
Read More

Related Images:

All content on this page is copyrighted 2021©