Why Won't My Plumeria Bloom?

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Plumeria are temperamental plants. They have a specific growing season and require almost complete sunlight. Direct sunlight is recommended for most of the day. It is also important to fertilize them with a high phosphorus fertilizer to help feed the plant. Also, only water it when it needs it, if it is watered too much it will die.
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