Sunday, October 9, 2011

Adenium sp .desert rose , new growth and more flowers after pruning the plant


1 comment:

Norina Da Silva said...

Hi,

I recently was gifted a desert rose and I am just getting into botany As a hobby and would love some pointers on how you did this with your desert rose. I went and bought acidic soil and mixed it with sand and I noticed there was some root rot and cut that off. I also cut all the wirey branches off. How can I get the roots to bulb nicely? Should I put root starter on it from having to cut off the rot? Any info would be awesome.
Thanks
Npround1@yahoo.com

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