I just fed and watered my plumeria. They are all leafing out nicely, except for the new cutting, of course. The new cutting is protected under the eaves on the window sill. Should I drag the bigger pots under the eaves to protect them from all this rain we are getting. It's not a steady rain. But rather hit or miss light rains predicted for the entire rest of the week. I think I have Rot Phobia.
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Name: tarev San Joaquin County, CA (Zone 9b) Give PEACE a chance!
As long as your overnight temps are not going quite cold, like in the low 40's, and temps go much higher during the day, then your plumie is okay to get rained on. They enjoy the rain when it is warm and good drainage as Hetty said.