Speaking of an inflo now...a noob asks a bunch of basic questions
Hi everybody. I've searched all over the place and this forum seems to have by far the most difinitive and helpful answers. I apologize if these questions are answered elsewhere, but my searches didn't bring back exactly what I was looking for. I have only one of two Plumeria I planted as sticks last fall and am overly protective. I wanna make sure I do the right thing! So, here are my questions:
My plant finally got an inflo! Sweet! Actually, I had no idea what it was when it first started growing. Thankfully, I found this forum. Is there anything in particular I should do? I was kind of thinking this was about the time I was supposed to pull way back on the watering to let it get ready for winter. So here are my questions:
1. When should I slow down/stop watering? I live in Williamsburg, VA and temps are starting to get down into the 60s @ night. Speaking of temps...
2. When should I bring the plant inside? I'd like it to get as much sun as it can now that it finally has an inflo, but I don't want to push it. My rule of thumb over the last year has been to bring it in anytime the temp gets under 70.
3. Along those same lines, when should I stop giving it fertilizer? I've been giving it a 15-30-15 all summer (that's the best I could find). Should I stop now?
4. Perhaps my most worrisome: some of the leaves have started to get brown spots as well as brown edges. They still feel strong, but these little brown splotches are appearing. Any idea what could be causing them? Should I be worried?
5. I came home today to find my plant tipped over (gasp!).
a) It's definitely too big for the pot. Can I repot now or should I wait for next spring (as most sites seem to suggest I should)? I really don't want to disturb that inflo.
b) I put these white river rocks on the top of the soil a few weeks ago for looks. When the plant tipped over I noticed that the soil had all kinds of what must have been roots growing on the top - where the rocks were covering it up. Is that a problem? I've removed the rocks and covered what I assume are roots with soil.
Sooooooo, that's it! Just a nice short post to introduce myself! :)
Thanks in advance for your help!
 I have no idea how to link pics, so I'm going to try to link to my photobucket.
Here is a link that might be useful: Link to Pics of the Plant