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Adenium Red Double (Grafted) - Adenium Serene Rose Double plant

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Adenium Red Double (Grafted) - Adenium Serene Rose Double plant

A native of eastern and southwestern Africa and the Arabian peninsula, desert rose (Adenium obesum) has a woody, swollen stem called a caudex that helps it retain moisture during dry periods.

It has lush blossoms that reach up to 2 inches across in vibrant reds, pinks and coral that emerge during the wet periods in its native climate.


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Light and Water


Place a desert rose in your most sunny window where it can get direct sunlight for at least six hours per day. Water the plant regularly, about once a week; add water until you can see water running into the saucer. In the fall and winter when the amount of sunlight the plant receives lessens, it may go into a dormant period and even lose its leaves. Cut way back on watering in the winter, and treat the plant as you would a cactus. Water it only when the soil is completely dry, about once every two or three weeks.


Feeding and Pruning


Desert rose responds best to generous feeding. Use a balanced fertilizer designed for houseplants and apply it weekly at half strength during the growing season. The plant is perfectly happy in a small pot if you want to control its natural 3- to 9-foot height; in fact it's often grown as a bonsai plant. In a 10-inch pot, the plant may only reach 2 feet tall. If your plant becomes leggy with few blossoms, cut back two of the most spindly stems partway to encourage more stems that will produce blossoms