adenium arabicum research
I live in an apartment and am unable to grow plants outside. I'm only allowed to have plants in my bedroom which only has a north window. So I grow all my plants beside my low light tropicals under growlights.
I ordered some adenium arabicum dwarf black seeds.
I liked the short fat caudex this variety could have.
Because of space issues I want to grow it in a bonsai fashion.
I plan on keeping two of the seedlings and selling or giving away the rest when they get big enough.
What's the best way to grow a plant with a short fat caudex with many branches on top and not take up too much space?
Would you let 4 or 5 branchs form naturaly. Then go through a process of letting branchs grow and pruning them back? I want to achieve a dense full canopy.
This post was edited by kuroc on Mon, Feb 3, 14 at 14:09