Plumerias 101 : How to Cut Plumerias

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Plumerias 101 : How to Cut Plumerias 4.5
Cutting plumerias helps them stay healthy and grow properly. Cut plumerias with help from a certified nursery professional in this free video clip.

Expert: Mark Govan
Bio: Mark Govan founded ABC Pest Control, Inc. in 1985 in Largo Florida. Govan is a Certified Arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture and a Certified Nursery Professional.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

Series Description: Plumerias can make a great addition to any home flower bed or garden. Learn about plumerias with help from a certified nursery professional in this free video series.

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OMG! Its the principle from Ferris Bueller!

Author — Alexis Vazquez

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Thanks...a video that actually shows what the title says...HOW TO CUT PLUMERIAS!!!  Thanks.

Author — R Su

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Thanks for sharing this video with us!
Do you recommend to seal the plumeria tree after it is cutted?
I'm wondering due to the reason that I had to prune one of my plumeria because of black tip fungus.

Author — Manne

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I recommend using a sharp blade/saw instead of these clippers which can damage the cuttings.

Author — Plumeria Place

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Help. plumera 911
my plumera has a yellow powder on its leaf and ends up turning brown dead. leave is it fungus or insects??? help thanks

Author — maria arevalo

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Hello im from nz and i love your videos, will my seeds grow in NZ as we dont have much heat like america, will mine still grow.?

Author — Peseti Leone

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Good questions here. Unfortunately no responses yet.

Author — Ohcomeon369

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I do not mine to get big. It looks beautiful now in Florida. So what happens after I trim. Does it grow back or keep growing up.

Author — Vicki Schnurr

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Short and informative video. Thank you.

Author — NIVEDITA BHATTACHARYA

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Hi, I grew my tree from an 8 in cut piece from Hawaii 9 years ago. It bloomed the second year I had it, but not since. My tree grew 7 feet tall now as one trunk many top leaves and no branches. I have it supported with bamboo sticks. How can I cut the tree down smaller, possibly use the top part with root grow to form a second tree next to it for support and make it healthier and stronger?

Author — Susan Rourke

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hello
really you are great man i like ur video
and i want plant with you if u need to teach me how to get nice plant
thanks

Author — ahmed jumaa

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about 3-4" section was accidentally broken off..would this still survive?

Author — b xpress6

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Ok that's great, but how do you treat the cut on the plant, itself. Do you ever paint, wax, or use some other method to protect the cut?

Thanks!

Author — omegoa

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I want to get some cuttings from a plant. It has not bloomed yet. Can I cut now or wait till it blooms?

Author — M. Juliano

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I just buy ... learning how to take care them ... I live in Arizona so let see the weather go ... we got a lot sun light

Author — Diana Sengchanh

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WOW THAT'S A HUGE TREE.
DID YOU ALSO USE WHAT WAS LEFT BELOW THE CUT?? OR DOES THE CUTTING NEED THE TOP PART

Author — whiterose077

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Anyone know why my big established plumerias won't bloom?

Author — HiMY Nameis

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i just planted cuttings in pot i would like to know where should i place them i mean in full sun or shady.

Author — Reena Patel

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What time of the year is best to start new plants, right now early winter in Florida

Author — Mary Ann Wengyn

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bought some online and a couple are cut at an angle at the bottom. Is this going to be a problem when potting or do I need to cut them flat and let them dry again?

Author — droppin88