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Pachypodium horombense – Yellow Bell (plant)


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Pachypodium horombense is a species of Pachypodium endemic to Madagascar. The plant trunk is pachycaule and typically short and fat. It produces large campanulate yellow flowers. Makes a great succulent bonsai that doesn’t need much water at all. Native to the Horombe plateau in southern Madagascar.

Care and Cultivation of Pachypodium horombense

Pachypodium horombense likes a full sun or part shade position and is tolerant of extreme heat and heavy frost. Extremely drought tolerant due to the water storing capacities of the tuber. Do not overwater in winter when it will lose its leaves, just don’t water it instead.

1 plant (seed grown 1 year, approx 50mm+ tall)


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