Do plumerias like to be root bound to grow flowers?
You know how alot of plants have to be root bound in order to put out bloom, such as christmas cactus and spider plants? Does the same hold true for plumeria? Do we have to let the pot fill in with roots, or do they like to have alot of room in pots? Does this make a difference? Do I have to wait for my plumies to be root bound before any inflos?
I know that after reading a post, it has been said that maturity has alot to do with it, more so than fertilizer or dormancy resting period.
So am I to assume that a mature plants equates to being in the same pot for a period of time, and as roots fill in pot, this forces our plumies to put out flowers?