Aww. sorry to worry you about my posts Karen..it is just my Plumeria diary for myself really, and if it helps others understand the plant better am glad if it can. But typically, be mindful of the temps you have your Plumeria cutting especially if coming out of dormancy. In my very dry and low humidity area, it really takes its sweet time to wake up properly. In my very dry area, even if the tips show glistening, it is still half asleep, got to have that right temp and heat feeling to fully wake up the plant. When our overnights still swing below 60's it is taking longer. But now our overnights are more stable nearer to 60's overnight and our daytime temps go way hot and hotter that is the time I truly saw it show better signs of life, and that is the time I give it more frequent watering, at times daily.
Ken's and Hetty's area have good humidity levels and rain..we got poor humidity and terribly dry, so my plants have now shown me they will do active growth towards mid summer to early Fall. I don't spritz the leaves of my Plumies, I find it seems to hate our hard water which leaves ugly marks on it, it is okay if the water is just direct to the soil when it is ready to wake up. However, if we do get some nice liquid gold..they really love that..sadly..that is like an illusion here during summer..got to wait for November for good rainfall to occur, if it does come about.