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Pink Plumeria


Pink Plumeria  (Plumeria 'Honey Rose')

This very sweet-smelling plumeria smells like honey. It's possible it could be Pink Honey Rose variety of Plumeria. Not sure, though. Photo taken May 24, 2018.



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Another stunning flower lovely colour

27 May, 2018

 

Yes, I love this plumeria! A friend gave me this cutting about 4 years ago.

28 May, 2018

 

I can see why you love it its done really well from a cutting in such a short time.
I wish we could grow them here.

28 May, 2018

 

It's grown very well and blooms very well. I just need to take better care of it.

29 May, 2018

 

Make sure you do lol yes its the care that counts. What do you feed them on Andy? .

29 May, 2018

 

Hopefully, it will be repotted soon. lol! I give them chelated 16-16-16 and high bloom. They need to be fertilized in late summer and fall with high bloom. This stimulates the latent flower bud for the next spring.

31 May, 2018

 

I ve never heard of chelated I find it interesting it stimulates the latent flower bud for the following spring.

31 May, 2018

 

Several tropical trees do this...Jacaranda, mango trees are some another ones. This is why these trees should be pruned only after they flower.

31 May, 2018

 

Same with Camelia s only prune after flowering so I was told. Do you prune your Mago trees far back ot just a bit.

31 May, 2018



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