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It can be upsetting to see plumeria flowers falling off or buds dropping before they open. This article provides information about plumeria flower drop and other problems with plumeria. Click here to find out why flower drop occurs and how to fix it.
Some plumeria are sterile but other varieties will produce seed pods that look similar to green beans. These seed pods will split open, dispersing 20-100 seeds. Click here to learn about harvesting plumeria seed pods to grow new plants.
When they bloom, plumeria produce beautiful, fragrant flowers. Getting them to bloom can be tricky, though, and requires the right fertilizer, particularly if they are in containers. Learn more plumeria fertilizer information here.
The foliage of Plumeria is glossy and nice to look at, but since most gardeners grow the plants for their profuse blooms, a non-blooming Frangipani is something of a disappointment. Learn why it happens and how to fix the problem in this article.
While plumerias normally need very little pruning, they can get quite tall and untidy if not kept properly maintained. In addition to good care, some plumeria pruning info may be necessary. Find it here.