Question about seed pod
I bought this plant at the Houston PSA sale in July. It had the seed pod on it. I planted the plumeria in the ground immediately and watched the seed pod until I had to take the plants up in early November. The plant is in my garage now. I was hoping the pod would go ahead and mature. In the spring, I am going to chop the plant up and try to root the stem the seed pod is on. My question is how can you tell if the pod is mature (I was watching for cracking and can't see any) and is there any chance it will mature when I cut the limb off in the spring or should I just scrap the pod then? I personally don't want the seeds, but the plant is a confetti and I thought I might give them away if anyone wanted some.