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General information to Frangipani (Plumeria):
Each individual plant is abloom at a different time, making accurate predictions impossible. As far as our experience goes, the bloom in this country is during midsummer until late summer months. It is wrong to think that flowers will only appear above a branching. Also saplings with no branching can produce flowers. Instead, they are very likely to branch out after the bloom! Plumeria grow preferably in a loose soil with lava, expanded clay or coarse sand and are thankful for a regular shower of the leaves (high humidity). The care of the water-storing plants (sukkulent) differs depending upon season: In the summer the plants need constant water supply. Drought will cause the leaves to discolorate and fall down. Fertilize your Plumeria 3 to 4 x per month liquid fertiliser in half concentration added to the water. In the winter, when most of the leaves fall off, it is important to avoid wet soilwhich might cause the plant basis to rot. For this reason, water your Plumeria little and in large intervals - however not “not at all”.
Quality:noble & intensively fragrant flowers, easy to care
Use: starting from May outside on balcony & terrace, all year round in bright rooms; all year round in heated greenhouse
|Height||2,5 - 3 m|
|Flowering period||constantly blooming|
|Color of flowers||multi coloured|
|Growth||Tree or Shrub|
|winter temperature||20 (+/- 5) °C|
|Minimum temperature||0 °C|
9,99€ Tax included
14,99€ Tax included
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