Adenium desert rose is widely known by its deep red flowers and a swollen succulent stem. It is frequently referred to as Adenium Obesum, the plant which growth mainly depends on pruning and variety. Be very careful with the sap of Adenium desert rose, as it is poisonous and should not come into contact with pets and children.
When we’re growing our lovely adenium desert rose, sometimes it will grow strong & beautiful, and other times it will get sick and need our help. We know how it feels when seeing your beautiful babies getting sick & weak. But don't worry. With our Sherlock hat and a magnifying glass
Desert Rose is a Sub-Saharan African plant of the succulent family. It is drought and heat tolerant plant so it’s well suited for warm climatic conditions. They bloom during spring and summers. The dark green foliage of leaves with beautiful red/ pink flowers makes it a great addition to the Indoor Garden.
Defoliating desert roses is when we cut off the branches with young leaves on our growing plants. There is a number of practical reasons why we do this, including: to clearly see the plant structure, to toughen up our plants, and to make a dense canopy. Join us now. Let's see more about the defoliation process and how and when can we do it to make our adenium strong & beautiful. 3 Reasons Why We Defoliate Adenium Desert Roses 1. To See Our Baby’s Structure More Clearly Some garde
If you'd like your desert roses to grow more branches and bloom more flowers, then pruning or trimming the existing branches down can give you very good results. Although pruning can help, doing so might lead to root rot if we’re not careful. Let's grab some gears & do some chop chop. Come on along, let us show you how. Pruning Desert Roses: 3 Simple Tips 1. Leave About 2-3 Inches of Branch When Cutting When you cut the branches down, make sure to leave about 2-3 inches of stem o
When adenium seeds are not available, you can propagate the plants by cuttings or air layering. We should watch out for rots because it might kill the clones. Let's begin seeing how with: Some Notes Adenium grown by cuttings may not develop a caudex. If you're looking for a fat adenium caudex, you'll have greater chances growing them from seeds. There are times when the caudex develops but not too big. The adenium cuttings will still bloom and produce seed pods if conditions are sufficient
Innovating from the traditional method of pruning desert roses, growers have experimented with another way to get even more flowers & branches. Without the cuttings and without the ugly scars. This fun method is called wiring. It may be practiced more frequently by bonsai experts. I am grateful to Ms Hang