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Desert Rose

Adenium obesum


Growing in soil rich in phosphogen, thankfully free of mealybugs.


This plant is from Africa, not very sure which country though.


Am very proud of this miracle plant for making it this far with such healthy flowers and 7cm long leaves - these two branches/stalks had broken off from the orginal plant when a storm knocked it off the ledge.

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Singapore, Singapore

Spotted on Mar 30, 2012
Submitted on Apr 12, 2012

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