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I think my plummie might bloom

Posted by butterfly4u 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 5, 12 at 17:28

have never had a plummie that bloomed, I have had this one for two years, it might be a bloom starting but I don't really know. Hope you can tell from pics
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I hope there is still time for it to bloom. If it gets cold, I will bring it inside, but I think I have time. I am in zone 8, in South Carolina, down by Augusta, GA


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RE: I think my plummie might bloom

Yup! Looks like it's definitely pushing up an inflo! I would take it in at night if your nights are cold. I've got one pushing up an inflo and I bring it inside when it's cold and grow it under lights trying to push it to bloom.
Congrats! :)

-Robert


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RE: I think my plummie might bloom

Thank you Robert. I'm sooo excited!
It is high 60s here still, but I am going to keep my eye on the temps to make sure we don't get a cold spell.
I can't wait to see it bloom!


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RE: I think my plummie might bloom

DEFINITELY an inflo / flower stalk!!! Great job! And it looks to be dividing into two or three tips - the blooming usually, (but not always) is what induces branching! Do you have any idea of what color the flowers might be or is it a surprise?!


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RE: I think my plummie might bloom

That's a very happy, healthy looking plant!


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RE: I think my plummie might bloom

Wow beautiful plant. Very healthy and happy and definitely pushing an inflo! Congrats. Post pictures when she bloomed. :)


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