Online Resources by Florida Colors Nursery(Post)

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    Why Graft Plumeria(Page)

    To reproduce an existing Plumeria cuttings (scions) that are make from know cultivars. The cuttings can be rooted and allowed to develop a root system over a several months or grafted onto an existin ...

    Why Use Bioblast(Page)

    The Future of Plumeria Health Is Here.  Bioblast is more than a fertilizer 7-7-7 NPK, it's a Plant Food & Biostimulant. Bioblast is innovation for your plumeria or other plants an ...

    Why Use Excalibur Plumeria Fertilizer(Page)

    Follow this link for all sizes offered: /plumeria-fertilizer/ Excalibur VI (6 month controlled release) /excalibur-6-month-plumeria-fertilizer/  Excalibur IX (9 month controlled rele ...

    Why Use Vitazyme(Page)

    Vitazyme Vitazyme - Organic Biostimulant Concentrate - 1 liter - For home use 1/2 tsp./gallon of water for watering-in and 1 oz/gallon of water for garden foliar applications.  Can be tank mi ...

    What are Plumeria - Frangipani Meanings & Symbolism(Page)

    The Plumeria and Frangipani Flower: It’s Meanings & Symbolism Few tropical flowers are as delicate and pure looking as the Plumeria. Also commonly known as frangipani, this flower is ...

    What is Plumeria Dormancy(Page)

    Dormancy, state of reduced metabolic activity adopted by many organisms under conditions of environmental stress or, often, as in winter, when such stressful conditions are likely ...

    What to do about Frost(Page)

    Freezing is really bad for your plumeria, but frost can do some severe damage also. One method we use is to turn the sprinklers on before sunrise and allow them to run until the frost has gone our ...

    What Nutrients are needed for Plumeria (Page)

    Nutrients for Plumeria Sixteen chemical elements are known to be important to a plant's growth and survival. The sixteen chemical elements are divided into two main grou ...

    What soil pH is best for Plumeria(Page)

    Soil pH Plumeria will survive in a wide range of soil pH. From our experience over the last 40 years we have found the best pH for plumeria the thrive is 6.5 - 7.0. (a measure of the acidity or ...

    Why use Carl Pool Root Activator(Page)

    Carl Pool's Root Activator is a 100% natural product which safely promotes regeneration of roots through increased elongation rates. Root Activator stimulates fast root growth, reduces transplant sho ...

    What is the difference - Plumeria Cuttings, Rooted Plants and Grafted Plants(Page)

    The use of cuttings is typically the preferred by enthusiast and commercial-propagation method because it is fast and easy. Cuttings will produce an exact reproduction of the donor plumeria. Som ...

    When do I need to worry about Frost(Page)

    Freezing is really bad for your plumeria, but frost can do some severe damage also. One method we use is to turn the sprinklers on before sunrise and allow them to run until the frost has gone our ca ...

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    Wantanabee aka Wantanabe 3 Plumeria

    Wantanabee aka Wantanabe 3 Plumeria

    From Australia

    Your Price: $20.00
    Wantanabee AKA Watanabe 3, A 3" Flower, Bright pink star-shaped flowers that lightly reflex back. Flowers fade slightly with age, giving a two tone look to the flower spike. Frangipani fragrance...
    Availability:
    Usually: Ships in 5-7 business days
    Flower Color:
    Pink
    Flower Fragrance:
    Classic Plumeria
    Flower Size:
    3"
    Growing Habit:
    Average (12"-24" per yr)
    Your Price: $20.00
  • Watermelon Plumeria

    Watermelon Plumeria

    Your Price: $35.00
    Watermelon, Thick 3" rounded petals with slightly pointed tips. Ombre pale pink to medium pink petals with dark pink veins and an orange center. The back of the petal...
    Flower Color:
    Orange
    Flower Size:
    3"
    Growing Habit:
    Compact (6"-12" per yr)
    Your Price: $35.00
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    Wakwo Plumeria

    Wakwo Plumeria

    From Thailand

    Your Price: $35.00
    Wakwo 3 1/2 to 4” blooms that are deep red with black lowlights. Wakwo has the WOW factor. Little fibrous hair-like strands on the petals give it a velvet look. Stunning. large flower,...
    Availability:
    Usually: Ships in 5-7 business days
    Flower Color:
    Red
    Flower Fragrance:
    Fresh
    Flower Size:
    4" or Larger
    Growing Habit:
    Tall (24" plus per yr)
    Your Price: $35.00
  • Watercolor Plumeria

    Watercolor Plumeria

    Florida Colors Originals

    Your Price: $75.00
    Florida Colors Nursery's Watercolor  Beautiful 3" petals, highly overlapped with rounded tips. Rainbow of red and orange. Flower keeping quality is average. Average-growing habit and good...
    Availability:
    Usually: Ships in 5-7 business days
    Flower Color:
    Rainbow
    Flower Size:
    2 1/2"
    Growing Habit:
    Average (12"-24" per yr)
    Your Price: $75.00
  • Waimea Plumeria

    Waimea Plumeria

    From Hawaii

    Your Price: $35.00
    Waimea Similar to Leona Hoke, they are different, but the flower is almost the same. The growing habit is different and the scent is different. Intensely red-pink with orange centers. Stunning...
    Availability:
    Usually: Ships in 5-7 business days
    Flower Color:
    Red
    Flower Fragrance:
    Sweet
    Flower Size:
    3"
    Growing Habit:
    Average (12"-24" per yr)
    Your Price: $35.00
  • Wishy Washy aka Cooktown Queen Plumeria

    Wishy Washy aka Cooktown Queen Plumeria

    From Australia

    Your Price: $30.00
    Wishy Washy A 3 1/2"- 4” Rainbow flower. Originally named Wishy-Washy because of its unusual habit of color change due to cooler or warmer temperatures. Flowers that open in warmer...
    Availability:
    Usually: Ships in 5-7 business days
    Flower Color:
    Rainbow
    Flower Fragrance:
    Sweet
    Flower Size:
    4" or Larger
    Growing Habit:
    Average (12"-24" per yr)
    Your Price: $30.00