Pachypodium lamerei (Madagascar Palm, Club Foot) → Plant characteristics and more photos at: http://www.worldofsucculents.com/?p=1466

Pachypodium lamerei (Madagascar Palm, Club Foot) → Plant characteristics and…

Madagascar Palm: It is a stem succulent and comes from the island Madagascar. I planted one in my succulent garden this weekend.

Pachypodium lamerei When I attended the Desert Landscaper Certification Course at the Desert Botanical Garden, our classroom was located ri.

Madagascar palm -- not a cactus! Dangerous when big but very easy to grow and spectacular appearance.

) otherwise known as the madagascan palm. I love these and hope to soon have some Bonsai of them growing.

Pachypodium lamerei - Madagascar Palm Club Foot

Pachypodium lamerei - Madagascar Palm Club Foot

Pachypodium lamerei – Madagascar Palm - See more at: http://worldofsucculents.com/pachypodium-lamerei-madagascar-palm-club-foot

Pachypodium lamerei - Madagascar Palm, Club Foot is a semi deciduous succulent stemmed tree, up to 20 feet m) tall, and up to.

Pachypodium-Lealii-madagascar-palm-cactus-seed-5-SEEDS

Pachypodium Lealii, madagascar palm cactus seed 5 SEEDS

Pachypodium-Lealii-madagascar-palm-cactus-seed-5-SEEDS

Pachypodium rutenbergianum, Madagascar Palm    Click to see full-size image

Pachypodium rutenbergianum, Madagascar Palm Click to see full-size image

Madagascar Palm Care: How To Grow Madagascar Palm Indoors - The Madagascar palm is a member of the succulent and cactus family and makes an attractive houseplant. Learn more about growing a Madagascar palm indoors by reading the following article.

Madagascar Palms – Indoor Care For Madagascar Palm Plants

Madagascar Palm Care: How To Grow Madagascar Palm Indoors - The Madagascar palm is a member of the succulent and cactus family and makes an attractive houseplant. Learn more about growing a Madagascar palm indoors by reading the following article.

Madagascar Palm~        A bold plant that will create an architectural statement, Madagascar palm (Pachypodium lamerei) has a spine-covered trunk topped with a cluster of long, narrow leaves. It prefers bright light and can become a 5-foot-tall specimen.

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A bold plant that will create an architectural statement, Madagascar palm (Pachypodium lamerei) has a spine-covered trunk topped with a cluster of long, narrow leaves. It prefers bright light and can become a specimen.

Pachypodium rutenbergianum, Madagascar Palm    Click to see full-size image

Pachypodium rutenbergianum, Madagascar Palm Click to see full-size image

Pachypodium lamerei – Madagascar Palm, Club Foot - See more at: http://worldofsucculents.com/pachypodium-lamerei-madagascar-palm-club-foot

Pachypodium lamerei - Madagascar Palm, Club Foot is a semi deciduous succulent stemmed tree, up to 20 feet m) tall, and up to.

Pachypodium rutenbergianum, Madagascar Palm

Pachypodium rutenbergianum, Madagascar Palm

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