Seeds and seedlings of baobabs
A lot of mistakes are made about seeds and seedlings of the baobab-tree or baobab, botanical genus Adansonia, bombacaceae family.
Among the rare places over the World where species of baobabs are cultivated is Le Jardin Naturel, a botanical garden and nursery situated in the french island of Reunion, near Madagascar. The nursery of Le Jardin Naturel is probably the only one to cultivate the extremely rare Adansonia perrieri, a species of baobab native from Madagascar.
Seeds or seedlings from the 8 species of baobabs are sold, depending of their availability, on the web site www.baobabs.com
There are 8 species of baobabs (Adansonia), 6 endemic to Madagascar, 1 from Africa, 1 from Australia.
Here are some pictures of them in the nursery
Adansonia digitata . The african baobab. Seedlings
Adansonia grandidieri, malagasy baobab; seeds germinating
Adansonia madagascariensis, malagasy baobab, seedling
Adansonia perrieri, malagasy baobab, the rarest baobab, seed germinating
Adansonia perrieri, malagasy baobab, the rarest baobab, seedlings
Adansonia rubrostipa, malagasy baobab, the smallest baobab, seedlings. Note the shape of the leaves
Adansonia suarezensis, malagasy baobab, typical shape of the leave.
Adansonia za, malagasy baobab, seedlingsExport Sale See Here
Saint Leu - Reunion (FRANCE)
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