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plumeria germination help

Posted by massimo Canada (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 4, 12 at 17:48

Hello Everyone

I planted some plumeria seeds and 3 have sprouted 2 days ago. I started the seeds with a Jiffy half flat and humidity dome. What do i do with the one's that have sprouted do i leave them in flat with the humidity dome on. Thanks

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RE: plumeria germination help



Since noone else has replied...i will give you my 2 cents worth... Not an expert... but if they were mine, i would keep them as is until they get to large for the dome. They obviously love the conditions that they are in and i would give them the best growing area for them to become strong. After they get a little larger, then you could lift the lid and keep them warm and semi moist until you feel comfortable seperating them. Then let them dry out just a little.

Sounds like they are fine as they are.

Maybe some others will chime in and help you...

Take care,


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