Under ambient conditions, a Pu-2.0 at.% Ga alloy is retained in the metastable δ phase. Upon cooling to approximately -120 °C, the face-centered-cubic δ phase partially transforms to the metastable monoclinic α′ phase via a martensitic transformation. The kinetics of the δ⟶α′ transformation are reported to have double-C curve kinetics in a time-temperature-transformation (TTT) diagram, but the mechanisms responsible for this unusual behavior are not understood. Our work focuses on determining the underlying cause of the two noses. Optical microscopy has been used to investigate the role of “conditioning”—an isothermal hold at sub-anneal temperatures—on the δ⟶α′ transformation and to illuminate any disparities in transformation products. Conditioning was found to affect substantially the amount of transformation that occurs at particular points corresponding to both the upper- and lower-C of the TTT diagram.