Adenium (Sabi Star/Desert Rose/Impala Lily/Kudu/Mock Azalea)
- Plant Care
Impala Lilly is native to tropical and subtropical Africa and Arabia. It is an evergreen or drought-deciduous succulent shrub and has a thick, bloated trunk and woody base called caudex with many thick and fleshy, short branches arranged in spirals. Clusters of shiny green, oval-shaped, leathery leaves appear at the ends of the branches.
It is a beautiful and abundant flowering shrub with large bell shaped flowers all year long. When it is to be planted into the ground, choose a raised bed with sloping sides to make sure the area is well-drained. In temperate regions Impala lily is a popular houseplant.
For your Impala lily to flourish it needs full sun.These plants will grow vigorously on generous watering during hot weather. However, it is very important not to keep the soil soggy.Soil mix must be one third each of potting soil, compost and sand.They grow best when days are in the 80’s and 90’s Fahrenheit.When in growth, feed with any balanced complete fertilizer with micronutrients once or twice a month.
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