Adansonia madagascariensis / Madagascar Baobab
Adansonia madagascariensis, also known as "Madagascar Baobab" is a small to large deciduous tree from the mallow family; one of six Baobab species endemic to Madagascar; collector's plant; potted in a self-mixed, permeable organic substrate; repotting only desired in 2-3 years; grown from seed; not hardy, between May-October it can be in the garden/on the balcony, not over-fertilised, therefore robust & top healthy (100% organic quality before quantity!); slow-growing, also as a base plant. ); slow growing, also as a basis for a "bonsai baobab tree" or a "shade donor" in the greenhouse.
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