Pachypodium 'lamerei' (Madagascar Palm)

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  • 4" Pot

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  • Introducing the Madagascar Palm (Pachypodium 'lamerei'), a captivating houseplant with origins rooted in the exotic landscapes of Madagascar. True to its name, this striking plant features leaves that gracefully encircle its crown, creating a majestic appearance. The term "Pachypodium" signifies "thick foot," highlighting the plant's robust swollen stem, a reservoir for storing water that provides both structural integrity and strength.

    As the stem elevates, older leaves surrounding the crown gracefully give way to new growth, marking the passage of time. Notably, all parts of the Madagascar Palm contain a latex sap, which is poisonous. Fear not, though, as the plant boasts formidable hooked spines, deterring curious pets and ensuring its own protection.

Plant Care:

  • Light: Prefers bright sunlight; well-suited for sunny spots.
  • Soil: Well-draining soil mix; avoid waterlogged conditions.
  • Watering: Allow soil to dry between waterings; water sparingly.
  • Humidity: Tolerant of average indoor humidity.
  • Temperature: Thrives in warm conditions; protect from cold drafts.

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