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Pix of Divine Plumeria bloom

Posted by dpolson37 7a VA (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 26, 10 at 21:45

Wanted to share some photos of my Jungle Jacks Divine that is just starting to bloom. I'm hoping to have some others bloom this summer, but it's getting late in the year and I don't see anymore showing any signs.
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RE: Pix of Divine Plumeria bloom

Very nice blooms! Divine definitely seems like my most reliable bloomer also. Its always blooming before all the other plumerias and much more abundantly too. It looks like you have tons of flowers on the way from it. The fragrance is really nice when the inflo is covered in blooms!
Thanks for sharing!
-Alex


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RE: Pix of Divine Plumeria bloom

dpolson37, I live in Virginia also(Virginia Beach).
Do you have any tips you can give me. I have just
germinated 3 celedine plumeria from seed. My first
plumeria's. I know it will be a long time before
I get flowers. All I know about it, is that it is
a tropical plant, so I will need to keep it in sunroom
during winter...It would be cool if you could find
a cold hard plumeria. My sister just gave me a banana
plant that is cold hardy. I just planted it outside
yesterday.

Linda


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RE: Pix of Divine Plumeria bloom

Hey Dave,

Your Divine looks beautiful!!! Congratulations on the great pics...How are your other plants doing?

Did you receive my email? I hope all is well up your way!!!

The Ginger, DR and Cannas are all doing well!!!

Thanks Dave...


Laura in VB


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