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Adenia fruiticisa

Posted by caudex1 (My Page) on
Sat, May 19, 12 at 8:34

Pot is a little too small, should be 2-3in wider but the depth is good

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RE: Adenia fruiticisa

Glancing quickly at the photo, the Adenia looks like it was potted into a go-cart/lawn-mower tire, then I realized it was the texture of the pot, and not a tire at all. : )

You always show such nicely presented plants.


RE: Adenia fruiticisa

Keith -

That looks like an old plant...lots of character. Have you had it for a while?


RE: Adenia fruiticisa


That soupcon of a sequoia is sizzlin'.

RE: Adenia fruiticisa

Got it a couple of years ago. It was badly desiccated and most of the soil had washed out of the pot. Purchased it cheap as it was near death, but was sure I could bring it back to life. When I got it it home I removed all the dead root and restablished it. Only to prune the roots again to fit in this pot.

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