NO HOLDING - MUST SHIP IMMEDIATELY
A native to Southern Madagascar. Alluaudia humbertii is a deciduous, succulent, small tree or large shrub native to semi-arid scrubland and thorn forests. Mature plants can reach 16-20' tall and equally as wide with a stout trunk and freely branched habit. The slender branches have thin, grey bark, range in form from procumbent to arched to upright, and are covered in spines reaching 0.75" long. Small, rounded, succulent leaves reaching 0.75" in diameter emerge from the branches during the rainy season and are dropped by the plant during the dry season. The*VIPP plants are fully rooted.
C.I.T.E.S. - No export, sorry.