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Likelihood of inflos later in the season?

Posted by TruNorth7 8b (SF Bay Area) (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 18, 12 at 20:42

I know others have inflos magically appear mid season (I have yet to experience this wonder).
How often does this happen if a plant hasn't pushed an inflo at the beginning of the season? Is the plant less likely to branch? Any special secrets that promote a late season inflo (besides a good plumeria fertilizing program including Foliage Pro, FE, Super Thrive, Epsom Salts, Sea Weed Extract, and foliar feeding... not all at the same time, of course)


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RE: Likelihood of inflos later in the season?

many plants are late bloomers. I have many plants that will push inflos in July when none show now.

RE: Likelihood of inflos later in the season?

Excellent! Thanks Bill!

RE: Likelihood of inflos later in the season?

Hey Rachel,

I have had trees push inflos late into October here in VA.

Only to realize that i will have to put them away for the winter, or keep the ones with an inflo under my lights that i have upstairs.

You never know when they decide to bless us with their beauty!!!

I'm sure you will be reporting back with some inflo updates!! : )

Take care,


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