sevierville TN (Zone 7a)
|Looks dead to me. If a few inches of the tip was still firm you could have cut it and started over but it looks to late for that. I think you have to thow it to the compost pile and try again with another stem. Good luck.
Santa Ana, ca
Sunset zone 22, USDA zone 10 A.
A comment from ctcarol
September 11, 2017
|If you try again, don't water until it has roots to take up the water.
Name: Andrea Reagan
Astatula, Florida (Zone 9a)
I collect seeds
A comment from Kevalsha
December 18, 2017
|Plumeria cuttings need to dry off before you plant them. Say the cutting needs to grow sort of a callous for around two weeks. Then it will be ready for planting and keep the soil on the dryer side.
Name: Frank Mosher
Nova Scotia, Canada (Zone 6a)
A comment from fwmosher
December 30, 2017
|I am up in Nova Scotia, where particularly right now, it is very cold. I have several Plumeria started from seed, about 8" tall. Several times I have noted distress because of my overwatering. Same with my many Desert Rose plants. Too much water, and they rot.
Name: Bradley Beard
Rialto,California Southwest (Zone 10a)
Just ask and I will try to answer
A comment from Mybigbro
February 20, 2018
|I live in the San Bernardino County area and I have several Pluarian plants one is now over 8ft tall and I have them planted in the ground and I leave them out all year in the spring I give a good dose of fertilizer with a high phosphate level and it has bloomed from middle spring to fall