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Desert Rose question (picture attached)

Posted by arctictropical Z4 (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 30, 08 at 14:11

A couple of years ago I purchased a Desert Rose plant. I have been most impressed! You can neglect it and is still produces beautiful flowers. Has anyone else grown it? I would like to know how hardy it is, and how big it can get. Here is a picture of mine in a 1 gallon pot.

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RE: Desert Rose question (picture attached)

I love adeniums, especially those with enlarged caudexes. They aren't cold hardy at all but as you've discovered can thrive even when neglected. They can get huge. Most of mine go dormant over the winter and begin putting on new growth in the spring.

Here is a link that might be useful: adeniums


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RE: Desert Rose question (picture attached)

that's so pretty...I had one I started from seed..did great all summer till I brought it in the house, so tiny still..the dog destroyed it last week when she was at the window to bark at someone. waaahh...
I def have to get another one.


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RE: Desert Rose question (picture attached)

So how big do these plants get?


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RE: Desert Rose question (picture attached)

Very Nice Desert Rose...

Here's a pic of mine...I bought it in a 6" pot, it is now in an 18" pot. I've had it for four years now. I guess it can get pretty big, depending on where and how it is grown...

Click on the link below to see the whole plant...

Here is a link that might be useful: My Desert Rose


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RE: Desert Rose question (picture attached)

Puglvr1, I love your Desert rose!!! you did a great job!!!
Jan


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RE: Desert Rose question (picture attached)

Thanks Jan!! It means a lot! (:o)


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