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While plumeria is not difficult to start from seeds the seed grown plants will not look like the parent plant when they mature, so commercial growers prefer to use cuttings. You won't find plumeria seeds in most seed catalogs.
To grow your plumeria or frangipani from seeds, follow the tested and proven steps below:
1. Moisten the Frangipani Seeds.
2. Prepare Potting Mix.
3. Transplant the Swollen Seeds.
4. Create a Mini Greenhouse Effect.
5. Wait for the Seeds to Germinate.
6. Remove the Husk If It Sticks to the Cotyledons.
7. Transplant the Seedlings.
Plumeria seeds usually sprout within 3-14 days if grown in the right conditions
Please stored in a cool, dry place
The loss caused by the climate conditions or improper cultivation techniques, seed prices outside the economic responsibility
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