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Plumeria Cutting 'Mimi's Home Pride'


Plumeria ’Mimi’s Home Pride’ is an extremely hard to root plumeria which even on Hawaii takes up to six to nine months to root.
This plumeria cutting, planted March 19, 2011 produced roots and the inflorescence SIMULTANEOUSLY using the egg method.
It took less than three months from planting this plumeria cutting to produce its first flowers.

Plumeria ’Mimi’s Home Pride’ developing buds June 9, 2011

Plumeria ’Mimi’s Home Pride’ first flowers June 12, 2011

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Well done Bob. It is incredible you've grown this indoors. I cannot imagine it would work, but there you are, it did.
I've grown Plumeria cuttings often, but always outdoors and I haven't seen your Mimi's Home Pride before, nice one.

13 Jun, 2011



Thank you for your kind words. May I ask you where you saw Mimi's Home Pride before?


13 Jun, 2011

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