Without a doubt...

Colorado Springs, CO(Zone 6a)

This one is a girl! I bought this Desert Rose for myself for my birthday last week and it reminded me of a thread (don't remember which forum) about why we call some plants girls and some boys. Well..there's no wondering with this one!
I just love the flower too.

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The Heart of Texas, TX(Zone 8b)

Too funny... pretty plant.


MsC

South Florida, FL(Zone 10b)

Yep, definitely a girl. A very voluptuous one, I may add. LOL

Chapel Hill, NC(Zone 8a)

hehe....your gal has nicer hips, mine's a little on the "pear shaped" side!

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Colorado Springs, CO(Zone 6a)

Lol! They both have enviable waists!!

Hattiesburg, MS(Zone 8a)

great looking flower and a waist any gal would be proud of. LOL

mid central, FL(Zone 9a)

shes got my stomach tho!

Colorado Springs, CO(Zone 6a)

Lolol!!

SW, WI(Zone 4b)

lol! y'all got me laughing!

Nice plants....I have one that's 'a girl', too!

Crestview, FL(Zone 7b)

LOL... yep.. dem be goils... I ended up with a couple...

Nice b-day present you bought yourself!!

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Colorado Springs, CO(Zone 6a)

Aw it looks like they're hugging! That plants just makes ya happy doesn't it.
I'd always wanted one, but never wanted to spend the money, so I figured bdays a good time to do so!

Crestview, FL(Zone 7b)

I bought a bunch of little ones from a guy on ebay last year at a VERY resonable price.. looks like I'll be seeing blooms soon.. but the one pictured above is my pride and joy.. I love the trunk shape and it is varigated..

Colorado Springs, CO(Zone 6a)

Ooh I didn't notice that! It is very beautiful. And actually while we're talking about it, what kind of conditions do these gals like? Full sun, minimal water? I have mine on a full direct sun windowsill...watered it once so far and it hasn't croaked yet. I know I need to move it outside but I'm really enjoying it :)

Harrisville, MI(Zone 5b)

That baby has back,great lookin blooms.

Colorado Springs, CO(Zone 6a)

lol root!

Crestview, FL(Zone 7b)

yes to the minimal water.. I rotted my HUGE one this past winter by it being too wet.. I allow my soil to dry out completely and then water throughly. When I foliar feed my brugs I usually do a quick pass over on the adenium. If you see no leaf scorching in full sun then I would leave it there.. I have mine in morninng sun and filtered afternoon sun.

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