Mar 21, 2018 - 07:42 AM
In gardening, the term "dormancy" refers to a perennial plant's state of temporary metabolic inactivity or minimal activity. Plumeria generally go dormant in response to adverse growing conditions, such as dry seasons or during the cold winter months. It's important to remember that plumeria don't die at this time, but are simply in suspended animation. Plumeria must be protected from frost and freezes even when they are dormant.