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Posted by loveplumies Texas (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 18, 13 at 0:18

I am new here but have been a plumeria lover for the last 16 years. I had a plumeria from a cutting for 12 years and it bloomed on the 8th year I had it and on the 9th year. It didn't bloom after that and died on me. I was saddened by it and my hubby bought me one and to my surprise it is a yellow one, my favorite color! I now have 3 cuttings that are more than 3 feet tall but less than 4 feet tall. Can I root these even though they are this tall? Or do I need to shorten them? Thank you!

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RE: Plumerias

I would shorten them to about 12-18 inches =)

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