Each package contains
1 Plumeria cutting about 10" in length
4 Mixed Colors
is only available when buying 4 or more cuttings
4 Cuttings $22.99
12 Cuttings $54.99
24 Cuttings $99.99
48 Cuttings $189.99
96 Cuttings $369.99
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Additional Information: Plumeria - Frequently Asked Questions
I grow my Plumeria cutting successfully?
Plumeria cuttings are cut from mature blooming trees and allowed to "scab"
for 2-3 weeks. This allows the Plumeria to dry out and root. Water it, and
allow to dry out before watering again. The
biggest mistake causing failure is over watering. Until it has
roots, it can't use the water. Place in a warm, sunny location. Most
Plumeria cuttings are established within 90 days.
What type of soil do I plant my Plumeria in?
Do Not put the Plumeria cutting in water to sprout. Plumeria plants
require well draining potting soil. Plant cuttings cut side down about 4"
in a porous sandy potting soil. Adding at least 50% perlite to potting mix
can increase drainage. If you want to give your Plumeria a real Hawaiian
mix, add Hawaiian Volcanic cinder lava rock from our eBay store to your
What type of plant food should I give my Plumeria?
A timed release fertilizer of 16-16-16 is what the Plumeria is accustomed
to, however you can use a liquid fertilizer according to the directions.
Do Not fertilize while plant is dormant or until the cutting is
All the leaves on my Plumeria turned black and fell off. What do I do?
This is part of the normal cycle of the Plumeria. The leaves fall off in
late fall and it looks like a stick until early spring when it starts to
grow new leaves and flowers. No food and minimal water until it starts
grow again. Once it starts to grow in spring, you can increase the food
and water. As long as the stalk doesn't get mushy, it's good.
How long until my Plumeria blooms?
The Plumeria cuttings are cut from mature blooming trees. Once the cutting
becomes established, you should get blooms in 1-2 years. The rooted
Plumeria (seasonal item) should bloom the first year as they are already
established. You will have to wait several years for the first bloom when
starting from seed.
I live in a cold climate and really would love to grow a Plumeria. Any
tricks to growing inside during the winter?
Plumeria plants do require full sun and temperatures between 60 - 90 F.
Put your Plumeria in a sunny south facing window. You can also supplement
with a grow bulb for extra light and warmth. Don't over water in the
winter. In the spring when it warms up, repot it up one size and gradually
move outside for summer.