H174870

Roberta's 3 Piece Hawaiian Plumeria

Roberta's 3 Piece Hawaiian Plumeria
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$45.95
$33.99

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Description
Bring the exotic beauty of the Aloha state to your home with these Hawaiian Plumerias. The stunning flower comes in assorted, randomly selected shades of pink, red, yellow, or white and have a distinctive and inviting fragrance. The late-summer blooms waft a sweet lemony fragrance with hints of honeysuckle, coconut, and spice. From Roberta's.

  • Shipped as three branch cuttings
  • Plant separately in 6" pots
  • Place in full sun
  • Keep well-watered
  • Fertilize during growing season; discontinue use in winter dormancy
  • Bloom period generally runs from mid-July through September
  • If temperatures drop below 45F to 50F, move container-grown plants inside
  • Matures to 20"H to 30"H in 16 to 24 months, with a 16"W to 20"W per cutting spread
  • Annual
  • USDA hardiness zone 10
  • 90-day Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Cannot ship to PR, AK, VI, HI, Guam
  • Ships at the appropriate time for planting in your area

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Important Details

Roberta's "Gotta Grow" Guarantee

When you are happy, we are happy. Roberta's assures your satisfaction for its perennials for 1 year and its annuals for 90 days from time of shipment. If for any reason your results don't match your expectations Roberta's will replace it with a similar or comparable plant at no charge. If your replacement is not available or it is too late in the season to ship, it will ship the following season.

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Reviews & Community QA

Roberta's 3 Piece Hawaiian Plumeria is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love them, once I discovered their secret DON'T GIVE UP!!! My mother ordered these, thought she was crazy! She is 88 yrs.old and wants to see these bloom so bad, my father lived in Hawaii when he was young and since he is gone, this was her way of feeling close to him. First year, one bloom, second year no blooms but grew to straight sticks almost four feet long, leaves on new growth only. This year same thing kept growing taller, no blooms. So I did a little research a few weeks ago. They needed some babying. (I am faithful about watering, I fill the pot, allow it to drain and then wait a few days until they are dry and water that evening; and bringing them in based on the weather, cold or hard rains) Four weeks ago I knew something had to be done different. After reading about their needs, this WORKED: They need salt, twice now I have split a teaspoon of Epsom salt between the three pots before watering. (Evidently, they produce acid to counteract the salt in their natural environment) I added sand to the soil when I transplanted this year to a larger pot, plus added a citrus/cactus soul starter to the pot. A handful of bone meal to each pot. They need a high phosphate food and pot ash. I used Scott's Super Bloom. (12-55-6) I couldn't find the recommended 10-50-10, but this has worked great. In less than four weeks, THEY ARE FULL OF NEW BUDS!! Every stem is full except one, but it looks like it is starting. Once they started to bud, the bugs and caterpillars started noticing them, so I used some Sevens Dust. It all makes sense now, also, I keep them on my driveway, the southern side of the house. They did terrible on the west side, but have thrived getting direct sun almost all day. Because they are so important to my mom I didn't give up, and now I am so thankful I didn't!
Date published: 2014-07-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Save your money I have tried these 3 sticks 3 times over several yars. At the most all I ever saw was 3 leafs. Mostly just sticks that die. I will not try again as they arrive with no roots.....
Date published: 2013-04-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Locations I would love it if reviewers would add their locations when reviewing these or any plants; it would really be helpful. By the way, I love Roberta's!
Date published: 2013-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love Mine! Reminds me of when I lived there.. I have six plumerias now..four of them are about 6 yrs old and about 4-5 ft tall and the other two are about 2 yrs old now..I keep them in big pots in my sunroom during the winter and as soon as it stays around 55-60 degrees at night, I put them outside (they are getting pretty heavy now) but they bloom and smell heavenly. Almost have enough blooms now to make a full lei..can't wait!
Date published: 2013-02-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not So Great I am an experienced gardener. I've grown many kinds of tropical flowers in the past, including plumeria. I bought this 'set' of three plumeria last season (2012). While all three rooted and started to grow, 2 of the 3 got the disease 'black tip' and died. The one stem is still alive but since it's only a year old, I don't expect to see flowers on it's three stems yet. It would be nice if Roberta's gave a 1 year 'guaranteed to live' warranty like nurseries, Home Depot and Lowes. I will not buy from them again because a 90 day warranty on living plants is not nearly a long enough warranty.
Date published: 2013-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Much Fun Have enjoyed these so much. Give them to friends, and now they are asking for more. Will order more this season. Have had mine over 5 yrs., and they are over 6 ft. tall. Some seasons they bloom more than others. You just never know, but they are fun to watch grow.
Date published: 2013-02-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from New meaning for Dwarf I bought one of the Plumeria plants aprox 7 or 8 years ago that was call a "Dwarf Singapore Plumeria (Plumeria obtusa.) While it hasn't died and always has about 1 ft. of leaves on the top of the plant, it is approximately 6 or 7 ft tall now and has never flowered. I live in Arizona and I bring it in when the temperature goes below 55. I have also used Roberta's fertalizer as directed and get nothing. The plant looks like a skinny beanstalk with leaves on the very top. Roberta's documentation says it won't grow more than 4 ft tall. I hate to give up on it, but it doesn't look like it will ever flower. I also bought a set of two Clivia Bush Lily plants (Clivia miniata flame) at the same time. It was suppose to make bright orange flowers. Again, I have followed all the directions, but one died when I transplanted it after a year and the other one is 7 to 8 years old and looks fine, but has never made a flower. Buyer beware.
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from it's hard to handle now! I have this hawaiian plumeria for a three years now.never see one flower yet! and one stick die. but two still growing and big and har to handle animore I dont want to give it up yet!!!
Date published: 2012-05-04
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