Hey all you crazy people, thanks for all the nice comments. Rob, check out this link, it has pics of the whole plant too.The Genus Adenium in Cultivation Part 3
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This is a discussion on This one's for you Bruce- a desert rose! within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; I like the picotee coloring of this flower. It's not anything I'm familiar with, so ...
I like the picotee coloring of this flower. It's not anything I'm familiar with, so assume it's not hardy in my part of the world, however it does remind me a little of evening-primrose. Anyone have an idea what it's related to?
P.S. I am not Bruce, either, just in case it wasn't obvious! LOL
How can we be sure????! Can you PROVE you are Bruce? For the record, I am not Bruce but I used to know a Bruce in my old neighborhood.....
Nice job, Ischel. Mine has buds on it now. Why does my stuff seem to bloom later than everyone else's?? Just a grumble; don't pay me no mind.
hehehe.... behave, Tami. hehe..
The Bruce Identification MIssion B.I.M. Is on!! I wasnt bruce last time I checked, but that is one awesome flower and plant thank you for sharing it with us.
That is a beautiful flower! Well worth the effort.
Hey, if this one is for Bruce-I am Bruce... UMMMM...... Believe me!!!
I'm not Bruce.....and I've got a desert rose and it doesn't look like yours!!! Mine has little red flowers and lots and lots of thorns.....sort of like a rosebush on sterioids. So, but I liked yours and commented really really late....but I have an excuse!!