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Ohm_E.K. Aug 20
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takadai May 24
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ParadiseFoundNursery Mar 5
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Bella Aug 5
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Griffin Glasshouses Mar 1
RT : Pachypodium densiflorum, a Madagascar native that grows on granite outcrops. Like cacti, the stem (trunk) photosynthesizes and stores water to survive dry environments.
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Stak Stiles Sep 3
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meristemtokyo Aug 14
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L Jun 19
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David Roberts Mar 11
Replying to @DrDavidLRoberts
Another good example of spp threatened by the horticultural trade for architectural plants is . While such plants can be easy to propagate, often the wild is the only source of big gnarled plants
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Tepui Plants Jun 2
Some baby plants of the succulent pygmy thickfoot species Pachypodium brevicaule (Apocynoideae, Apocynaceae) from rocky highland regions in southern central Madagascar.
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Flower of Paradise May 15
Madagascar palm has dropped all its old leaves and got a new hair cut for the summer season. 💚💙💚💙
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🏝 Daddy’s Plants May 10
Don’t mess with before they’ve had their coffee! 👹🌴☕️ That's why we'll have coffee plants available at this Saturday and Sunday... 😅 Full pop-up details on !
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Flower of Paradise Mar 1
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The Constant Dilettante™ May 19
Replying to @wellroundednut
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emily akers Mar 19
He shall henceforth be known as”cocktus”. • • @ West Hollywood, California
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° Jun 23
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Cactus Jungle May 20
Pachypodium bispinosum has both a large irregular caudex AND a two tone flower! 🌸 It's not one, it's not the other, it's both! 🌵 🌞
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SoSick May 31
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Cactus Jungle May 3
It's the classic saturated sulfur yellow flowers of Pachypodium brevicaule at your local friendly 🌞
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JC Lawn and Gardens Aug 11
Great display to start the day! Crown of Thorns, Cereus, Hedgehog Aloe and Madagascar Palm brighten up this front stoop with a perfecyly blue backdrop.
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