Adenium somalense 'Tree Form'
This is a tree form of somalense and it grows very tall, like a tree. The flowers are small and typically somalense-type. They are a beautiful red and white with red stripes in the throat. Our plants originate from Mark Dimmitt seeds collected in Northwestern Kenya.
*These are making a nice caudex and are ready to be moved up into a 6-inch pot. Produced from controlled pollination of Mark Dimmitt plants.
Adenium obesum 'CC45 x (TRDC x BR)'
This is a Ray Lemieux hybrid between a very clean double red crossed with a large flowered red from a previous grex. We've had some variation including some with double blooms and another with the largest flower we've ever produced (see last photo), but all have been consistently bright red with dark edges.
Interesting note from the hybridizer; When I went into the flower on CC45 there were no male parts, just the stigma pushing up out of the tube. I put pollen on it and voila! Seed horns emerged.