Plumbago Plants

Is There Any Chemical to Apply on a Flower Before or After It Blooms

Simeongodstime added on March 19, 2015 | Answered

Is there any chemical to apply on a flower before nourishing or after nourishing the flower? I don't know how to survive plumbago flower. I am a gardener, but I really need to know how to take care of this ornamental plant. Thanks.

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Answered on March 19, 2015

Can you provide more information on what is wrong with your plant? Can you verify what type of plant this is? You mentioned it was a blue begonia but it looks more like a variety of jasmine. Have you nourished your plant with fertilizer? I see you are wondering about a chemical application. Chemicals are not necessary unless there is a specific problem that warrants it (such as pests or disease), and I would need more information on what is wrong with your plants to determine if that is a good course of action.

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