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  • Silver-SableSeer 1 year ago

    LogeesPlants Do you mean 100° F? (I go by Celsius)

  • Tim Layton 1 year ago

    I would love to get this plant. I live in the midwest where we have 4 seasons. With winter coming up, the plant would need to be inside of course. We keep the house around 68F. Will this plant survive the winter inside?

  • Gardening With Pleasure 1 year ago

    Very informative

  • Zhilan Donovan 1 year ago

    I live in AZ I have 7 adenium some are double flowers. The oldest is 2 years old. I had put them outside and it’s 110 degrees while they were blooming they are healthy but the flowers falls of when it’s really hot. I think the best temperature for adenium are from 85 to 95 degrees the flowers last longer I have noticed that. Now my adeniums are inside near the window facing east they get exactly 4 hours of sun and they bloom a lot and the flowers stays for the 2 weeks I even video them time lapse. I love adenium.

  • Peggy Thomson 1 year ago

    I love this plant just got it Christmas 2017 . thanks for your show help.

  • Fernando Rodriguez 1 year ago

    Can this be used as a indoor only house plant in Dallas, Texas. Placed next to window.

  • Vishnu Narayan 1 year ago


  • Sir. bedo ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ pear 1 year ago

    would a west facing window be enough for them and how long can the soil be moist for after watering before root rot kicks in?

  • Jean Sandra 1 year ago

    hi, i bought my adenium 1 month before.. its actually starting to have few buds but the problem is i see two of the leaves becoming yellow.the temperature here is 38 °C to 40°C and i try to water them fully twice a week. what do u think the problem with the leaves could be?

  • Shahnaz Sheriff 1 year ago

    good tips!

  • MuffinJoy 1 year ago

    Great video information… until today I never heard of this Beautiful plant. Thank you for sharing

  • julia Brownwell 1 year ago

    Oh that second one is beautiful I am in the south still 30 degrees still let me know the name and of this plant and where to send payment and price. t/y

  • Maire Van Putten 1 year ago

    Hello there, I have a question for you. I have my first adenium and it has not branched out. Can I prune the tip and make it branch out lower? I'm afraid to try unless I know it will work. Please answer, I need help. Its about a foot tall.

  • Elin. Leanne Nicholas 1 year ago

    Thank you very much.,,!!!!!

  • Elin. Leanne Nicholas 1 year ago

    Thank you ., can I repotting in winter time.? Thank you x

  • Kristine Harkin 1 year ago

    I am not sure where you live, I man Australia, in central Queensland, it get very hot here during the summer, so I have place my desert roses in an easterly facing position, they get lots of morning sun and are thriving on it. We only moved to this house a year ago and never had any luck with them till the move, I have managed to grow a real deep red, I have no idea of the name of it. The other thing I noticed about them is they don't like hail storms we had a surprise hail storm here one day, and Amy bonsai got a real beating I managed to save them but the desert rose didn't survive.

  • Kristine Harkin 1 year ago

    What sort of fertiliser do you suggest

  • Saigon Bonsai 1 year ago

    Very beautiful.

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