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I love me some plumeria flowers!!!!

Discussion in 'Flowers & Roses' started by Charlieharper1990, Jun 6, 2017.

  1. Jun 6, 2017
    Charlieharper1990

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    So I just bought some property and I do landscaping and irrigation for a living.so I finally get to start growing my own plants trees and flowers.plumerias are by far my favorite and I cut about 7 or 8 cuttings from a couple of my loyal customers and I purchased some black kow and mixed it with regular Top soil and just stuck my cuttings in the mix in pots.just curious to if maybe there are better ways to get my cuttings to root.and plumeria cutti 's are not all I have and have done I also have hibiscus,red sisters,bouganvillia cuttings etc.I have done them all the same way with the black kow and top soil.do any of you guys have better,faster methods or even better steps than what I have done.I'm pretty sure the black kow is good stuff but maybe some of y'all know better and I would like to hear some tips from some pros.thanks for the tips..
     
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    thistlebloom

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    Welcome to the forum Charlie! You must live in a nearly tropical climate to be growing all those exotic flowers. :)
     
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    Charlieharper1990

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    Thanks for the welcome and yes I live down here in florida.And those plants love it lol
     
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    Nyboy

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    Welcome from NY
     
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    ninnymary

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    Welcome, I figured you were in Florida. Tell us more about your garden.

    Mary
     

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