Adenium Desert Rose does best in full sun. It will not bloom if not in a bright area. This plant is native to areas with hot, sunny climates and areas with poor, gritty soil. In order to have the best luck with this plant, it’s best to try to mimic those conditions.
Water regularly in the summer cutting back quite a bit during colder temperatures about 55 degrees or lower .
A terra cotta pot is best for this plant. It allows water to drain quickly. Do not keep this plant overly moist. Also use a cactus mix when repotting. Make sure you don’t use a pot that is too large.
Fertilize once a month when the plant is actively growing with a diluted 20-20-20 liquid plant food. Do not feed in the winter.
Common Names: Desert Rose, Sabi Star, Impala lily, Karoose Rose, Elephant Foot
Origin: Native to Africa, the Middle East, and Madagascar
Available in 5 inch
Not meant for human or animal consumption.