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First 2 color grafting!

Posted by ralphglass 9 (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 28, 12 at 12:43

Well, i grafted my first 2 color plumeria, a 2 tip Guillots Sunset and Kauka Wilder. We'll see what happens!
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  • Posted by nativec z9b Beaumont,CA (My Page) on
    Sat, Apr 28, 12 at 14:22

You did it!!! I can't wait to see your results!


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Very, very cool! That should be a good color combo. Do you think they will bloom simultaneously? Your graft wrap looks good - very professional. :)

Carol


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Tight looking job- thanks for sharing!


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Looks great Ralph!!!

We can't wait to see how they bloom for you..please keep us updated!!!

Way to go!!!

Laura


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You can do this? That's amazing, I had no idea XD Make sure to post more pictures :)


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Hi all!
I'm a newbie on plumies, and LOVE THEM !!! I've a couple of beauties flowering and would like to graft them.
Questions: *how soon can I graft them (3 months old flowering cuttings)
*how many graftings can I do.
Thanks,
Greetings from the tropics


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Hello Ralph,
I'd love to know how to do this!
What do you use to make a cut?
What kind of tape do you use to hold it together?
Thank you for sharing!
Stuart


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  • Posted by mksmth oklahoma 7a (My Page) on
    Tue, Jul 10, 12 at 9:36

hey ralph

any news on this one. Im interested in trying this one day.

Mike


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