Welcome All Plumeria & Tropical Plant Lovers,
Gardening is in full swing throughout the
Southern half of the United States.
In the Northern States gardeners still have to cope
with cool and fluctuating temperatures with yet the
possibility of one more snow or frost.....we're waiting
for the "ALL CLEAR" message from the weather
forecasters to start planting our gardens.
The following is one gardening tip I have been using for
many years that will protect your tender flowers and
vegetables, including tomatoes, peppers and eggplants.
Save your clear 2-liter soda bottles and/or 1-gallon plastic
milk bottles and use them as "mini greenhouses".
Just cut off the bottom of the bottles, add a plant stake
next to the plant. Lower the bottle over your plant.
Guide the plant stake through the top of the bottle to
stabilize the bottle.
Cut the stake at the top so that you are able to close
the top of the bottle with the cap in case your area
experiences a lot of Spring rains.
You can take off the bottle when the weather is warmer
and the rains have stopped. Leave the stake in place
just just in case the weather conditions require the
needed return of the "mini greenhouses' to protect
against any "late frost warnings" or more rain.
The winner of our FREE plumeria cutting '' is
Ms. Cheryl Jackson from Texas.
Cheryl's plumeria cutting has been ordered from Hawaii
and she is going to receive it this week.
Finally, I want to inform you of one special offer....
Save an EXTRA $5 OFF on the purchase of
during our "April Showers Bring May Flowers" event.....
THIS WEEK ONLY through May 1, 2011 @ 11:59pm PDT.
Following is one testimonial from one enthusiastic
plumeria grower in North Carolina, dated April 10, 2011...
Just wanted you to know how much I'm enjoying your
"How To Grow Plumeria - Anytime Anywhere!"
Everyone who wants to grow plumerias should have this
I have been growing plumerias for several years now from
a small cutting that was given to me.
I have seven plumerias. I'm lucky enough to have a
greenhouse built just for my plumerias to keep them over
the winter. I cannot wait to see my **Kauka Wilder**
cutting bloom using the new rooting method in your book.
Jean G. Hair....North Carolina.'
**Note: Jean purchased her book on March 11, 2011.
Her name was drawn on March 27, 2011 as the winner of
one FREE plumeria cutting 'Kauka Wilder'.
Another testimonial from March 2011 reads....
'Just read your E-book. I love it! Lots of great information!
I'm really enjoying it and will use all the great information
on my new plumies this spring when they arrive.
Looking forward to growing my own beautiful Plumerias!
By now plumeria growers from Europe to Southeast Asia
and Australia to North America are following the proven
and tested guidelines found in my plumeria care guide.
So, whether your garden has already been planted
or you are using the mini greenhouses waiting for the
"ALL CLEAR" message, may your gardens BRING
YOU MUCH JOY AND DELIGHT ALL SUMMER LONG.
Happy Growing to all my Gardening Friends,
|Plumeria Care Guide|
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