Adenium full of Blooms

Fort Wayne, IN

At the beginning of the spring this plant was kind of scraggly so I cut the branches to give it a more uniform look, I set it in a place that received morning sun then filtered sun all day and fed it Bloom food. I was so happy when I saw bloom buds instead of leaves. It has just popped with blooms, it is so pretty.
Grace

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Decatur, GA

Very pretty plant. Adenium are good bloomers. It could probably take full sun.

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Fort Wayne, IN

Thanks Helen, I do have them all in full sun now. I don't know for sure but I think you may have sent me a couple starts of a cactus/succulent and some 'walking onions"? and I sent you some purple iris. If it was you, They are all doing wonderful, in fact I just did some separating and cutting, they were getting so large. We have had so much rain this spring/summer that I am constantly moving plants from shelter to sun. But anytime I get to mess with my plants I'm definately having fun. Hope you day is fruitful. :))
Grace

Decatur, GA

Thanks for jogging my memory Grace. I do remember now. The iris are fabulous. Have to be the most spectacular flowers.
I'm glad your succulents are doing well.
Helen

Sun Lakes, AZ(Zone 9b)

Beautiful Adenium! I love that deep color!

Fort Wayne, IN

I fed them MG Bloom in the Spring and it was full of buds, then it rained here for at least a month so we really didn't have a normal spring-summer. They were always wet so I've not been able to feed again until recently. Here is a picture of the same plant, even today it is full of new and blooming flowers. I have flowers on others but not like this!!!

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