Adenium “ Grafted” (Sabi Star/Desert Rose/Impala Lily/Kudu/Mock Azalea)
- Plant Care
Adenium plants are very popular due to the varied flower types. Rosy adeniums are ones with multiple layers of petals. Rosy desert rose plants are hybrid created using cross pollination for the most part to get the usual colors and petals. The Adenium is one of the most grafted among ornamental plants in Asia, and for good reason. So many beautiful varieties of interesting colors, patterns and forms have come about.
Grafting is taking a branch from a known flower type adenium plant and attaching it to a standard adenium root stock (base). The flowers from the grafted branch will produce the same flowers as the parent desert rose plant. Yes, sometimes a regular adenium seed will produce a non-standard flower type but it’s very unusual.
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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