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Pachypodium sp. ID Please

Posted by Shermanii 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 19, 13 at 19:13

Hello all,
I'm new to these forums but have been using this site for help with other plants. But that's beside the point...
I went to Lowes and purchased a succulent that had no name. It was grown at Costa farms in Miami, FL.
To me it looks like a species of Pachypodium, but I'm am not sure what it is.
If anyone could help me identify this down to species that would be awesome!
Thanks.


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RE: Pachypodium sp. ID Please

P.saundersi ?..or just a really young P.lamerei?


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RE: Pachypodium sp. ID Please

It is very similar to Adenium obesum, but there are spines on it, so it seems unlickely


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RE: Pachypodium sp. ID Please

Not an adenium, im pretty sure its a pachypodium. most likely not lamerei as my seedlings already have a very spine base.
I agree with P. saundersii. the leaves look very similar to mine.


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RE: Pachypodium sp. ID Please

Thanks guys! I really appreciate the feedback. I was leaning towards P. saundersii myself.


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