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dixiehil
COLUMBIA, TN
(Zone 6b)

June 25, 2003
7:11 PM

Post #565765

i know absolutely zero about these plants---I have this big plumeria stick just sitting in this pot. It has full sdun and I keep it watered. How long does it take to leaf out and bloom.
Brugie
Chariton, IA
(Zone 5b)

June 25, 2003
7:20 PM

Post #565778

I think I heard that Plumeria like the Bloom fertilizers. Don't quote me on that though. Some sticks will take up to two years to bloom from what I've heard. I had some last year that came from Stokes and none of them bloomed, but those I got from a trade, did. Who knows...

This place has good information: http://www.plumeria101.com/

This message was edited Wednesday, Jun 25th 3:22 PM
dixiehil
COLUMBIA, TN
(Zone 6b)

June 25, 2003
8:45 PM

Post #565866

WHAT COMPANY MAKES THE BLOOM FERTILIZERS AND WHAT IS IT CALLED?
Brugie
Chariton, IA
(Zone 5b)

June 25, 2003
8:51 PM

Post #565869

Schultz makes one. I'm sure there are others too. It has a high middle number I think. Gosh, without going out to look, I can't remember and it is raining here right now. Another thunder bumper.

Forgot...one is called Bloom Booster. Not sure from what company though. Most garden centers or nurseries will have one or more kinds.

This message was edited Wednesday, Jun 25th 4:52 PM
dixiehil
COLUMBIA, TN
(Zone 6b)

June 26, 2003
2:40 AM

Post #566247

BRUGIE---THANKS FOR THE LINK. IT HAD ALOT OF GOOD INFO. I ALSO FOUND THAT I HAD DONE ABOUT EVERYTHING WRONG.NOW MAYBE THERE'S HOPE FOR MY STICK.
eyesoftexas
Toadsuck, TX
(Zone 7a)

June 26, 2003
10:13 PM

Post #566966

Oh my...got lost in that hyperlink...LOL! Loved all the info and pics!

"eyes"
Brugie
Chariton, IA
(Zone 5b)

June 27, 2003
12:01 AM

Post #567074

You are welcome. Good luck with your log. "stick". LOL!!
Honeybee
Saucier, MS
(Zone 8b)

June 27, 2003
3:25 AM

Post #567231

Hi,

I got (4) cuttings from Katrina's Co-Op in May. Plant them by 101plumeria instruction. I now have one with a bloom & no leaves & 3 with leaves.

Honeybee
desert_rose
Dripping Springs, TX

June 27, 2003
5:06 AM

Post #567280

Honeybee Watch the cutting with the inflo and no leaves. It may not have any roots on it.

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