Adenium Triple Flower Adenium Seeds Black Eagle TRIPLE flower Adenium Obesum Desert Rose Seeds

Black Eagle TRIPLE flower Adenium Obesum Desert Rose Seeds

SKU SKU17335
Weight 0.10 lbs
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NEW Triple Flowering Black Rose Adenium/Desert Rose Seeds

Adenium Obesum/Desert Rose Triple Flower Black Rose hybrid seeds from Thailand.

ALL seeds are carefully HAND POLLINATED to produce Triple flower blossoms. Each seed will produce triple flowering blossoms with the same colours as the mother plant and picture represented. These are new hybrids being introduced to the U.S. through Plumeria Paradise.

Heat Tolerance: Excellent Sun Exposure: Full sun

Origin: Eastern Africa to southern Arabia Growth Habits: Shrub to 5 feet tall (1.5 mm)

Watering Needs: Water when growing, keep on the dry side in winter, needs perfect drainage. Adenium is a genus of flowering plants in the family Apocynaceae, containing a single species, Adenium obesum, also known as Sabi Star, Kudu or Desert-rose. It is native to tropical and subtropical eastern and southern Africa and Arabia. It is an evergreen succulent shrub in tropical climates and semi-deciduous to deciduous in colder climates, is also dependent on the subspecies or cultivar. Growing to 1-3 m in height, with pachycaul stems and a stout, swollen basal caudex.

The leaves are spirally arranged, clustered toward the tips of the shoots, simple entire, sexy in texture, 5-15 cm long and 1-8 cm broad. The flowers are tubular, 2-5 cm long, with the outer portion 4-6 cm diameter with five petals, resembling those of other related genera such as Plumeria and Nerium. The flowers tend to red and pink, often with a whitish blush outward of the throat.

Cultivation and uses Adenium is a popular houseplant in temperate regions. It requires a sunny location and a minimum indoor temperature in winter of 10 °C. It thrives on a xeric watering regime as required by cacti. Adenium is typically propagated by seed or stem cuttings. The numerous hybrids are propagated mainly by grafting onto seedling rootstock. While plants grown from seed are more likely to have the swollen caudex at a young age, with time many cutting-grown plants cannot be distinguished from seedlings.

The plant exudes a highly toxic sap which is used by some peoples, such as the Akie in Tanzania, to coat arrow-tips for hunting.

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