Love the shape of these trees, but can't wait for centuries for this to happen. I plan on growing some seeds, and then when trunks are long enough, I plan on braiding the thin stems together to create a wider, fatter, composite "trunk". If it can be done with Adeniums, Ficus, Hibiscus, and with "Money Palm" (Pachira aquatica)...then it can be done with Baobab...I think. Hopefully, over the years, and with good cultivation, the individual stems will fuse into one, much fatter trunk. I will train branches to resemble those that grow from the top of the Baobab trees. That's the plan.
I have had success growing Cyphostemma. Can Baobab be grown just as easily?
Please, jump in with some thoughts, comments, and suggestions. Seeds are cheap...specimen Baobab are not.