Pachypodium eburneum

Yardley, PA

Just brought my plants in for the winter and the eburneum has seed pods. I guess I will put a sandwich bag around the seed pods to catch the seeds.

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Phoenix, AZ

Cool looking pod :)

Port Elizabeth, South Africa(Zone 10a)

Interesting! Love them.

Greensburg, IN(Zone 6a)

By the look of the seed pod and the leaves this must belong to the Adenium plants, I have several seed pods on mine, I wrap wire around them so the seeds don't fly away.

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Greensburg, IN(Zone 6a)

this is the largest one

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Dartmouth, NS(Zone 6a)

Sally, that P. eburneum looks great!! any chance I could buy some of the seeds?

Yardley, PA

Sure, I can send some to you. Email me - [email protected]

Sun Lakes, AZ(Zone 9b)

I had a P. eburneum in s-h. I just bought it in early spring. However, it died this summer. Maybe the heat was too much here. I just don't know what went wrong. Could have been watering also. I've just gotten new plant lights and am going to try another one.

Los Angeles, CA(Zone 10a)

I killed mine too. :-(

Yardley, PA

Sorry to hear that Nancy and amanzed. That is such a bummer. The older they are the less susceptible they seem to be.

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