Succulents and Desert Roses are works of living beauty that grow & change throughout the year. From root to flower they respond to the hand of man and the hand of God.
Succulents, Cactus & Desert Roses allow people and nature to work together to create plants that are truly unique and wonderful. Each plant contains within it the beginnings of another plant. From one comes many, over time. Care for them and they will give you endless generations of peace and enjoyment.
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The Desert Rose, or Adenium Obesum, may live for more than a hundred years. It is an heirloom, often passed down from one generation to the next. 
 
A high quality, well-aged specimen, with a broad caudex and a thick canopy, may sell for more than a thousand dollars. 
 
They are relatively easy to grow, and will produce a massive quantity of beautiful flowers with little or no effort. However, with a little attention, they can become spectacular and increase dramatically in value.  
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Biological Classification 

The scientific name is Adenium Obesum, or ‘Fat Adenium, referring to its thick, swollen trunk.  

Biologically, the Dessert Rose is in the Apocynaceae family, which includes the Periwinkle, Oleander, Mandevilla, Thevetia, Catharanthus, Madagascar Palm, Beaumontia, Carissa, Allamanda, Mandevillea, Nerium, Tabernaemontana, and the always popular Plumeria, or Frangipani. 

Most of these plants can cause skin irritation or, as with Desert Rose, internal poisoning. 













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