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Aug 15, 2012 2:58 PM CST
|I'm somewhat a plumeria Newbie, here. I have plumeria but learning about growing techniques etc.
I just acquired an orange Plumeria NOID. It has three branches, 2 are well-established, the third is just budding. The way it it shooting out in 3 ways from the same point on the stalk. It may be an issue, being off-balanced and all. I see branch breaking in the future. How do you encourage branching and when is a good time to do it? It is only 18" tall and I am just anticipating. Thanks for your suggestions. I am learning a lot here.
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Aug 16, 2012 4:30 AM CST
|I would leave it alone. Plumeria branch naturally after blooming.
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