This is a JJ's Amazing I bought two years ago.
This is it's first bloom cycle in June.
This is the same plant, but with our Texas 100 degree heat and humidity.
I'm in awe!!!!!!! WOW!!!
So beautiful. Congrats. ;)
How is the fragrance? Nice plant, reminds me of tie-dye. Congrats!
very cool, the difference with the weather makes it look like a completely different bloom! gotta love JJs plants...so many faces!
Thanks so much for posting these pics.
It is great to be able to see the striking differences.
Thanks for sharing your pictures with us!
Great pictures and I love how it changes..
It is a real beauty, Lonnie!!!!
Jiminy! I think Id keep that one in the greenhouse year round. Or at least in shade.
Josh, it doesn't have much of a scent. It's a very leggy plant and the leaves droop.
If the bloom wasn't so pretty, I'd get rid of it.
wow what a change! Have to love what that Texas heat will do!
Do you use Pro Tekt or similar on your plumerias?
I'm wondering if the extreme heat still makes such a huge difference on plants which are supplemented regularly with silicon.
My summer days aren't too often in the 90s, so it probably wouldn't matter here..
This year, unusually, we didn't reach 90 at all and had fall-like temperatures for a week.
I only use Osomate (sp) slow release & Miracle mixed with water monthly.
Love it!! Gorgeous blooms. Your JJ's Amazing reminds me of Miracle from Thailand.
Thanks for sharing
Glorious colors, Lonnie! I like the lighter colors as much as the darker ones. You must be one of the few people in Texas with one of these.
I saw this at JJ's several years ago but was told it wasn't for sale. John placed me on a waiting list. I got this plant two years ago and this year is the first bloom.
I'll probably make cuttings next spring.