Desert Rose (Adenium obesum) Succulent•
Posted on February 23 2022
Native to the Arabian Peninsula! I thrive in consistently warmer temperatures, that being said I am very sensitive to cold and frosty conditions. So please keep me in a nice warm spot indoors during the fall and winter months. My unique physique is my most notable feature, as I am one of the few succulents that grow a tree-like trunk.
|Other Names||Sabi Star, Mock Azalea, Impala Lily|
|Country Of Origin||Arabian Peninsula|
|Water||Use the Soak & Dry method. Do not overwater. Only water when soil feels dry.|
|Sunlight||Full Sunlight. At least 5-6 hours per day.|
|Soil||Well Draining soil mix. Best mix ratio is ⅔ Cactus mix soil, and ⅓ perlite or coarse sand. Sandbox sand can be used to mix!|
|Temperature||70°F - 100°F|
|Planting Zone||11A - 12B|
|Bloom Color||Pink, Red or Rose|
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