If you grow the beautiful and exotic plumeria, you may have questions about its care. Growing the plant in a container requires repotting a plumeria yearly, in most cases. This encourages optimum growth and beauty. Plumeria repotting is not complicated, requiring a gentle touch and clean pruners. Let’s look at the specifics. How to Repot Plumeria Repot this small tree when it is dormant, in fall or winter. You can check the roots to make sure it is time to repot. If it has been over a year, you’re likely to see a rootbound plant. This limits health and growth. Check the root system by removing from the container. Loosen the roots, removing old soil. If roots are spiraling around the plant, gently cut through with a single cut, using sharp knife or pruners. Tease their roots downward with fingers. Use a new container just a size above the one
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