help! transplanted and looks like its dying

korryzn5aMay 21, 2009

can anyone help me. I transplanted my 2 plumeria a few days ago and now they look like they are dying. The wind we had blew the planters over, one of the branches looks limp. I used moisture potting soil, which I just read I wasn't so good to use. Is it just going through shock or should I go and get cactus potting soil and repot again. They were doing so well but they have been in the same pot for three years this summer and have never had a flower. I read that they could be root bound, so I decided to transplant. any help???


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Hi Korry,
Welcome to the plumeria board. Someone will come in soon and help you with your questions.

Karen B

    Bookmark   May 21, 2009 at 3:17AM
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