Deluxe Bonsai - Dessert Rose

Deluxe Bonsai - Dessert Rose

Desert Rose (Adenium Obesum) - Native to East Africa and relative of the Plumeria. Small succulent tree that grows only about 8' in the wild, has fleshy leaves and forms a bulbous base. Produces exotic 2" pink and white, open trumpet shaped flowers throughout the year in full sun. Needs little water during winter. All plant nuts love these. Great for indoors. 17 years old 11"x8"x21" Potted in a 12" ceramic blue fluted oval container as shown. "I've got me one at home and I can tell you it's the easier bonsai ever to take care of. The white flowers are simply BEAUTIFUL." Rosie :)

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