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Adansonia suarezensis
' Baobab of Madagascar '

[ Bombacaceae ]
[ Madagascar ]
Restricted to the north of Madagascar near Antsiranana. Adansonia suarezensis can be considered as an endangered species of baobab. Large trees up to 25m tall and 2m in diameter. Trunks single, often tapering from bottom to top. Crown flat-topped, branches regularly distibuted and mainly horizontal. Flowers are white. Fruits irregular, long. Seeds big (about 450/kg)
Adansonia suarezensis

Seeds (3) : Out of Stock

Cutting (unrooted) 25-30cm :
9.31 €

Plant 25-30cm : Out of Stock

Tree . Flowering plant . Fruiting plant . Plant which can be grown as a Bonsai . Succulent Plant . Develops a caudex .
Habitat
Rocky Hillsides
Savanna Woodland
Dry tropical forests


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Resitant to salty sea air
Drought-Tolerant
Fast-Growing

Cultivation  
Substrate
Temperature during winter
Lighting
Watering during automn-winter
Watering during hot season
Fertilizer during growth
Pruning
Repotting

1 soil + 2 humus

Indoor during winter temperature min. 17C

Sunny

Rarely ( when the substrate is dry )

Regularly but without excess, and especialy during summer

Regularly but with spacing
No pruning
Repot every year if possible


Seeds (3) :
3.99 €

Seeds (50) :
26.6 €

Cutting (unrooted) 25-30cm :
9.31 €

Plant 25-30cm :
30.59 €


Seeds (3) : Out of Stock


Seeds (5) :
9.31 €

Plant 25-30cm : Out of Stock


Seeds (3) :
3.99 €

Cutting (unrooted) 25-30cm :
6.65 €

Plant 25-30cm :
35.91 €


Seeds (3) : Out of Stock

Cutting (unrooted) 25-30cm :
9.31 €

Plant 25-30cm : Out of Stock


Seeds (3) : Out of Stock


Seeds (3) : Out of Stock

Plant 25-30cm :
26.6 €

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