- Full to partial sunlight is ideal
- Water moderately
- Well-drained and nutrient rich soil
- Use organic fertilisers
Adenium are desert plants native to the dry areas of Africa. The various Adenium species are plants that can be grown in our climate, either indoors or outside. They produce flowers that are truly spectacular for container grown plants.
It is a flowering succulent that blooms in vibrant hues of red and pink.
Placement: Place at sunny window sill or balcony
Is Adenium a bonsai?
Although it can look like one, it is not a bonsai.
When should I re-pot my Adenium plant?
Re-pot when the roots start to grow out of the drainage holes.
Why are my Adenium leaves getting yellow?
It can happen if you overwater or expose to too little sunlight.
Green Vedam’s Adenium succulent makes for a gorgeous addition to your home garden. It comes along with several other benefits and helps make for a cosy and colourful ambience!