Thai Plumeria cutting : Grafted Plumeria plant for sale
We offers a extensive selection of exotic plumeria plants, plumeria cuttings, and plumeria seeds from Thailand.
Plumeria is named after Charles Plumier, a seventeenth-century French botanist who described several tropical species. The genus contains 8 species of mainly deciduous shrubs and trees, originally from Central America, known for their strongly fragrant flowers. Plumeria is common names: plumeria, frangipani, melia (Hawaiian), temple tree, and many named cultivars , it is grown as an ornamental and is not found in the wild. It has wide spread use in tropical landscapes around the world. Plumeria is generally a small tree growing to about 30 ft high. The species and hybrids vary somewhat in tree size, compactness, and branching character, leaf and flower size and color.
Planting or Rooting plumeria cuttings
Plumeria are easy to root from cuttings and will grow with a minimum of care. Once the cutting is removed from the donor plant, remove all but the apical leaves if any, to reduce moisture loss. Set the cutting aside in a warm and dry location to allow the cut surface to dry and seal itself for three days at least (one week is better). It has been found that if the cutting is placed directly in dry sand. When you are ready to plant the cutting, dip the cut end in the root hormone with fungicide. Plant it shallow in sand or perlite (potting soil, etc.) excellent drainage is necessary. Place the newly planted cutting in strong or full sunlight. Watch for new leaf growth as your sign that roots have formed (usually 6-8 weeks). Plumeria can be easily grown in a container and starts blooming usually on the first year after rooting.