Mar 21, 2018 - 07:12 AM
Plumeria seed need only two things to germinate...warmth and moisture. Soaking seeds over night and placing them in a warm spot will help speed up the germination rate. Plumeria seeds can sprout in total darkness, but, once the seedling breaches the soil, a sufficient light source is imperative. Those first “true leafs” will need a light source to perform photosynthesis and create carbohydrates, which will help sustain both normal plant growth and, most importantly, root growth. Without proper lighting, the early vegetative growth of a plant can be negatively affected and could cause long lasting problems.