Pachypodium rosulatum


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Pachypodium rosulatum is a shrubby enduring caudiciform plant with a container molded trunk, caramel silver and practically cowardly, around 10-15 centimeters (3.9-5.9 in) wide and around 20-35 centimeters (7.9-13.8 in) tall. From the caudex withdraw numerous prickly tube shaped arms, framing a bush around 1.5 meters (4 ft 11 in) tall. The leaves, which fall in the dry season, structure a rosette on the highest point of branches. They are deciduous, dim green, oblanceolate, applaud or curved and petiolated. The since quite a while ago followed blossoms are sulfur-yellow and structure an inflorescence around 30 centimeters (12 in) high. Blooming period reaches out from February through May. The organic products are 6 to 20 inches long and contain prolonged seeds with a length of 6 mm


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