This may be a silly question, but if your plumeria seem to be growing a lot of roots out of the drain holes, is it okay to repot a couple of times a year?
I found that the reason some of my plumies--those rooted in 2010 or 2011--did so well during our recent cold front was because they had grown significant roots into the ground under them. This happened just over the summer for varieties like Dazzler and Maverick.
Will it delay blooming if I repot these a couple times a year? They look fine, don't miss a beat, when they're put into larger pots, but I don't know what happens on a cellular level if they're moved too much.