My old ancient tree that bloomed for the first time last year, formed seed pods last fall. While in the greenhouse, the 1/2" pods are now a nice 6" long. The other set are getting fatter, and about 8" long. Both are very green. The tall tree is still somewhat dormant but has signs of leafing out.
Can you tell me how much longer she will stay "pregnant"? What the pods will look like just before they break open? What is the best way to "catch" the seeds? A net bag?? I think it might be fun to try to start some from seed especially since this plant is so old and came from a dear friend who has since passed on, And I would be glad to share some seeds, too. Can I expect the babies to be the same flower as the mom, a fragrant very large white flower? This is fun. We've never been Plumeria Pregnant before!