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repot plumeria

Posted by federal_hill 10 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 28, 09 at 17:49

I live in southern calif.....can I repot plumeria now..


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RE: repot plumeria

If it is not blooming, yes. Make sure to give it superthrive or B-1 and water to ease the plant shock.

RE: repot plumeria

I have had some of mine blow over from a strong gust of wind and completly fall apart, then pick it up of the ground barerooted from the fall at this time, and still grow well after repotting...:-).
Personally, I think they are very strong willed to live, even after all the abuse...
I live in New England.. You have an advantage over me even more..

RE: repot plumeria

will the transplant shock the leaves on the plumeria....

RE: repot plumeria

If the plant goes into shock the leaves will wilt and sometimes fall off. This is why I usually transplant at the beginning of spring when there are no leaves and the roots are just starting up again.

RE: repot plumeria

I think the spring is the best time to repot because it is still dormant. I accidentally ripped most of the roots off my Plumeria "divine" in the spring (still dormant) while repotting, and other than comming up a little slower, it had no ill effects.

Good luck

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