Arabic Desert Rose - Adenium arabicum - Pink Flowers - 2" Pot

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HirtBonsaiAden
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811332032726
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Product Description

The Desert Rose is a native of East Africa. It will grow from 6 1/2 to 10 feet in the wild. It has fleshy leaves and beautiful 2-inch pink open-trumpet shaped flowers. It is a succulent, and forms more of a bush than a tree. It makes an excellent house plant or indoor bonsai. Needs lots of light and fresh air. Keep in a bright location in winter. In summer, if possible, move outdoors to a sunny or partly shaded location. Growing temperature should not be below 54 degrees. However, in the winter, keeping it cool (between 54-61 degrees) whch gives the plant a needed rest. Needs little water during winter, especially when kept cool. Increase water during growing and blooming periods. The total watering needed is similar to crassula, portulacaria and other succulents, and it will lose leaves if overwatered.
  • The Desert Rose is a native of East Africa
  • Prefers a sunny location, Water when dry
  • Exotic pink blooms.
  • Easy to grow
  • Immediate shipping

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  • 5
    Healthy!

    Posted by Shannon on Aug 19th 2021

    Pretty, healthy, perfectly packed!

  • 4
    Beautiful Desert Rose

    Posted by Terri on Aug 6th 2021

    Beautiful plant came with an extra surprise, a live caterpillar lol. Other than that, it arrived fast and healthy.

  • 5
    ARABIC DESERT ROSE - ADENIUM ARABICUM - PINK FLOWERS - 2" POT

    Posted by Michele Matteo on Aug 4th 2021

    Plant arrived quickly and in perfect shape. I've had one in the past but I now know that Idid not care for it properly. I am excited to have another chance. The flowers are stunning.

  • 5
    Perfect plants

    Posted by Nathan Flynn on Aug 4th 2021

    Plants arrived perfectly pack and extremely healthy. I’ve been sun hardening them and they’ve been thirsty since arriving. New growth visible. Ready for transplanting and have no qualms about survivability.