"Heaven Scent" Plumeria

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"Heaven Scent" Plumeria

from 7.99

Oh that heavenly fragrance!

Spend any time at all in the islands and you'll soon notice that these plumerias are everywhere. And the variety of colors are certainly a beauty to behold...red, pink, white, yellow, and yes, even a variety known as 'rainbow.' 

But what really sets the plumeria apart is their lovely fragrance. Light and subtle, there just isn't anything quite like it! 

Get your lei on!

The plumeria flowers make for a simple yet elegant lei, easily worn by men and women alike. Perhaps you've already worn one? If so, then you know all about the optical and olfactory beauty of these flowers. 

With a bit of TLC, you too can join the many successful owners who enjoy the beauty of the plumeria in their "mainland" homes. Order your plumeria now.

As always, your satisfaction is guaranteed! Buy direct from the source. When you do, you can buy with confidence. 

 

 

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How to grow Plumerias:

From a cutting:

Position the cutting VERTICALLY and plant it cut-side-down about 4" deep into porous sandy potting soil.  Place in direct sun.  Water until the planting media is soaked, then let the soil dry out before watering again.  Feed it with a general garden fertilizer or a timed-released fertilizer.  Ideal temperature range is 60℉ to 90℉.

From a plant:

If you bought plumeria as a growing plant, follow the same light, temperature, water and fertilizer instructions above.  Keep in mind that plumerias go dormant in the winter and "come back" in the spring. Translation: They will drop their leaves and look pretty much gone. As long as the stalk is not mushy, it's okay.

When is a good time to replant? 

This question arises quite often, so you're not alone in asking. If you purchase your plumeria as a growing plant, it comes in a four inch pot, and typically doesn't need to be replanted right away. You'll know it's time to replant however, once you begin to notice that your plumeria plant has taken root. Here is an example of what that will look like: 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice the white stuff that looks like spaghetti? Those are the roots breaking the surface of the soil. When you see this, it's an excellent indicator that it is time to repot.

Notice the white stuff that looks like spaghetti? Those are the roots breaking the surface of the soil. When you see this, it's an excellent indicator that it is time to repot.

For more information on plumeria, see our "FAQ" page here. 

Our opinion...why buying the growing plant is a better idea... 

Sure, it sounds self serving to tout the more expensive product. But there are some very practical reasons why the growing plant is the best value for your dollar: 

  1. It's already growing. It may seem obvious, but isn't it much easier to take over where our growing efforts have left off, than for you to start from an earlier stage?
  2.  (More or less), instant gratification. Well, let's show you a couple of pictures that explain this better:
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We think reasons #1 and #2 stand on their own merit.