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Jun 4, 2016 9:49 PM CST
|I AM GOING TO ATTEMT TO SEND A PHOTO OF MY PLUMERIA INFLO.|
WHAT YOU SEE IS THE INFLO AFTER 2 MONTHS. LEAVES NEVER FORMED BUT RATHER SURROUND THE CUTTING AT BOTTOM OF INFLO.
IS NOT 2,MONTHS EXCESSIVE? DOES THIS MEAN I MAY NOT GET FLOWERS?
Jun 4, 2016 10:27 PM CST
|Not excessive considering the cutting it trying to do two jobs: 1. grow roots, and 2. bloom. Most inflo on a healthy mature plant from the time it is seen by the naked eye to blooming can take 6-8 weeks. The nice thing, it that the inflo bloom at different times so you will have flowers for a long time. Why not search the "Forums" on the far left of this screen and come over to the Plumeria Forum. You will learn a lot over there because plumeria is all we talk about! |
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