Answer: Plumerias are deciduous, and will lose their leaves in late fall. The branches will remain bare until spring. The best place to keep your plant over the winter months is in a greenhouse. Failing that, a warm, humid, brightly lit spot should keep it alive until it's time to go back outdoors in the springtime. You can allow the soil to barely dry out during the winter and you won't need to fertilize it until new growth begins in spring. I use a half-strength dilution of Miracle-Grow and feed my plumeria every two weeks from spring through summer.
It can take up to three years for your plumeria to bloom so don't lose patience with it. The results will be worth the wait!
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