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Pic of 2 year old seedling in bloom with red flowers

Posted by arctictropical Z4 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 4, 12 at 0:35

I don't remember the name of the parent, but I sure like the color!

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RE: Pic of 2 year old seedling in bloom with red flowers

She's a beauty for sure. I've never had a seedling bloom in only 2 years from sprout. Whereabouts do you live?


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RE: Pic of 2 year old seedling in bloom with red flowers

Very nice...I have a 2 year old Kimo seedling that I am hoping for blooms.

Andrew


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RE: Pic of 2 year old seedling in bloom with red flowers

Hi Kevin,

You have some amazing trees!

Love the color of your seedling!!

Hope to see more!!

How have you been?

Take care,

Laura


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RE: Pic of 2 year old seedling in bloom with red flowers

Beautiful!

Greg


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RE: Pic of 2 year old seedling in bloom with red flowers

That could really be a 'keeper' of a plumeria. Such an attractive color. Is that color with heat or without heat? Is it fragrant?

If it turns out to be consisently that color and if the plant has a good habit, you should consider naming and registering it! Where did the seed come from?


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RE: Pic of 2 year old seedling in bloom with red flowers

Thanks everyone! I think I replied to all by e-mail except Dave. Dave, I think I kept the seed packets that I bought two years ago. I'll check them out and let you know who the parent is. The heat that produced this blossom was from high intensity grow lights in my basement. The temperature was about 75 to 80 degrees. Since I live in a cool mountain valley in extreme northern Utah, I can only put my plumeria plants outside from mid June to about mid September. I had frost on my lawn this morning. It snowed last night in the mountains about 8 miles from my home.


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