Shriveled plumeria branches
I've had 2 rooted plumeria plants for a few years now and have lost several cuttings to stem rot. I had "given up" on cuttings until I was given a few recently and now I am "addicted" all over again. This forum has really helped me. I have a large cutting with 3 branches and 6 tips that I planted in begining of August. It now has new leaves growing about 1-2 in I assume it is rooting but, the branches are shriveled looking. They are not squishy/soft so I don't assume stem rot. I didn't water it for about a month after I planted it and only water when soil is dry. My older established plumie stems don't look like this. Actually my more recent potted cuttings are starting to look this way. I must add that I can't bring myself to cut off any of the inflos on all my cuttings. So they are still there. I know people have a conflicting opinion on this. Any advice would be appreciated. I don't want to lose any more.