Can one Parrot Flower Plant Sensor handle more than one plant at a time?

For example I have a Hibiscus and a Plumeria. It will no longer keep the database for my hibiscus and start monitoring my plumeria?

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    Hi Anna,
    I recommend you create a new plant in your garden for your plumeria.
    All data regarding your hibiscus before you start monitoring your plumeria remains stored, it's just that you will no longer get reminder in your agenda regarding your hibiscus.
    If you've been following the advices of Flower Power regarding your hibiscus for at least one month, you should be used to what needs to be done and can therefore keep on taking care of it this way. You can progress same way for another plan that you would like to add to your garden :o)
    Other option, I checked quickly in the PlandDB in the Flower Power app and I found out that these 2 types of plants required a similar amount of water/ sun/ temperature (although you might need to confirm that depending on the exact type of yours) and they could be therefore installed in the same pot and monitored together.
    Hope this helps!

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  • It can handle more than one plant. Meaning it will keep the database for its plant, however, the database will have gaps for the time period the sensor is in the pot of the other plant.

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