did something stupid
I have an approximately 6', 5-tip common pink plumeria that I purchased and put in the ground a couple of months ago. It was doing well, new leaves but no blooms yet.
It was around 90 degrees the other day and UV index of 10+, and I for some reason thought that would be a great time to spray the leaves down with some Ortho Ecosense insecticidal soap.
If I had read the directions or used common sense, I would have realized that I should have done this after sundown or well in advance of sunrise. Some of the leaves are now yellowing with what I can only assume is some type of burn caused by my careless behavior.
I have a hard time believing I've done any severe, permanent damage? I'm hoping the worst that happens is I lose some leaves and they're replaced sooner than later. But, I love this plumeria and would feel better if an expert could validate this for me. Also, is there anything I ought to be doing to help matters?
P.S., any other growers here from St Petersburg?