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Pachypodium saundersi 'dwarf'

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By Stan510


Pachypodium saundersi 'dwarf' (Pachypodium saundersii)

One of the hardiest Pachypodiums. Takes 30f or even 28f with no marks on it. I once accidentally cut the top of weeding around it when it was in ground. Its still ticking..and looking pretty good.



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It looks good. Has it flowered?

29 Oct, 2014

 

I dont think so..maybe once? That's how much I forgot about it when it was in ground- nearly under the Agave americana variegated in the front yard. I think I did see a bloom..not sure. I did get Pachypodium bispinossum to bloom in ground for a few years-photos on daves garden. Died when I dug it up. Should have left it alone.

29 Oct, 2014

 

Wow! That's great!

I'm surprised any species of Pachypodium would die when removed from the ground. They tolerate a lot of abuse.

I had my very rare species of Pachypodium in the ground and dug it up and put into a pot. It didn't like the spot.

30 Oct, 2014



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