Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Adenium obesum is also known as the "Desert Rose"
because of their beautiful flowers

Adenium obesum are caudiciforms with a bulbous caudex, (thick stem) where they store water.  Although adeniums are succulents they are like tropicals in summer requiring lots of water. In hot weather when they are flowering and have lots of leaves. Be careful not to give so much water as to rot the roots but water generously and allow to dry out. Fertilize during growing season. If they become leggy, cut the stem at a pleasing height forcing it to branch out. Frost sensitive!

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