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I have a year old Plumeria from cutting..it bloomed this year and has healthy disease free foliage..I want to bring it inside..

the foliage is healthy is free of disease because I use baking soda spray. Should I leave it in its 12 inch pot?


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#1 Comment By GKH_Susan On 10/07/2019 @ 4:06 pm

Yes, I would leave it in its pot. That doesn’t sound too small. Give it a good spray of water to knock off any pests before bringing it in.

Plumerias are hardy to zone 9 but since it is so small, I wouldn’t take any chances; plus you can have below freezing weather in zone 9 and 10, which they don’t like.

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