Mar 21, 2018 - 07:51 AM
Plumeria can be rooted in water, but their natural growing conditions are in the ground. Just remember once a plant is in water, it will develops "water roots" and feed it's self with water nutrients. When you put it in soil, after all that is where they grow naturally. It is best to gradually to introduce your rooted plumeria to soil. The first week, put in a container and keep the soil is really wet, then gradually as the weeks go by, decrease the water and just let the soil be moist.
That way, it eventually re sends out new dirt roots, and can feed it's self with soil nutrients.