desert rose care

Desert rose (Adenium obesum) thrives when you treat it as a succulent, giving it well-draining soil, direct sunlight, plenty of water during the growing season and little water during the winter.

Plant lovers are always looking for easy to grow, unique plants with a fun aspect. Adenium desert rose plants are perfect specimens for the intrepid or novice gardener. This article provides additional information for growing …

The desert rose can't survive in cold temperatures. Therefore it's usually planted in pots so it can be moved indoors when the weather changes. For adequate drainage, plant your desert rose in one part potting soil mixed with one part perlite …

The Desert Rose Plant (Adenium Obesum) loves the sun and hot temperatures – hates overwatering. The Impala lily with its odd-looking swollen base makes a striking potted plant. Looks attractive grown and displayed in a bonsai pot.

The 'desert' part is correct as they come from Africa and the Middle East, but they' re certainly not roses. Adenium obesium, as … A bit of white oil takes care of insects such as aphids or mealy bugs. * Propagating: Adenium …

Desert Rose, Adenium obesum, plant care. How to grow, water, feed, and propagate this flowering caudiciform. Read about light, diseases, and pests. See a picture, get answers to plant care questions.

Desert Rose are not difficult plants to grow well, provided they get enough sunlight and warmth. Like all succulents, they cannot tolerate…

Adenium are actually fast growing and easy to grow when given the right conditions and the proper care. Native to East Africa and relative of the Plumeria, the Desert Rose is a small succulent tree that grows only about 8 inches tall in the wild, …