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,
Soil pH – Why it is important The success of crops always starts with the condition of their soil. One of the most important soil properties to keep tabs on is your soil’s pH levels. What is pH? – pH is a numerical rating of its acidity or alkalinity. All pH
Growing Medium – Soil The first step to growing Plumeria is a good soil or potting mix! Growing plumeria involves a number of cultural inputs. Among these, perhaps the most important is the type of growing medium used. Due to the relatively shallow depth and limited volume of a container,
Types of Beneficial Microbes The idea of working with microbes can be a bit intimidating or confusing for those that have never done it before. Introducing strains and colonies to your soil culture has a number of benefits that can increase your plant yield, overall health, and vigor. Beneficial microbes
The Best pH for Plumeria Soil pH Plumeria will survive in a wide range of soil pH, but that doesn’t mean they will thrive. Growing plumeria for over 40 years and experimenting with pH levels, we have found for us the best pH for plumeria is between 6.5 – 7.0.