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Adenium Desert Rose Cordex Forms

Posted by jayeff71 none (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 5, 13 at 0:43

Some pics of my Adenium cordex shapes,
Unfortunately for me it is rainy season in Thailand and my plants are flourishing in healthy leaves and a few buds but no flowers yet so we desperately need some sunshine to get them going ( my patience is killing me) will follow with pics later when in bloom.

Cheers to all you Desert Rose lovers
Regards John. Sattahip, Chon Buri,Thailand.


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5 year old specimen


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Nice plants! Hopefully the buds start getting bigger soon. Wish I could send you some of my Florida sunshine, we have plenty :)


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Sorry gardeners but as you must have noticed I spelt "CAUDEX" wrong ( CORDEX) must be something to do with my age??

Ginger9899 thanks for your concern ,but we should get our sunshine back by the end of the month. Good to here from the USA.


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Jayeff, you're making me feel homesick for the monsoon season when the rain falls straight down like someone is just pouring water nonstop. But it will be over soon, to be followed by the taifun season lol

Nice plants, especially your 5-year old. It has this cool swirly look going.

Pagan


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Amazing!! Stunning!! Thanks for sharing :-)

Chuy


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Lovely plants you have there...have you grown them from seeds? It looks like you have as you have the shapely bottoms of seed grown DR's. I really do like your pots also, they are so in balance with the plants you have in them. The mix looks lovely and free draining too...Perfect!
Gill UK


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Nice forms on the adeniums. I like the pots as well.

Kirk


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Gill UK
Yes most have been grown from seed we have a new batch just breaking the surface after 1 week. see pic.


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