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This unique plant is actually a succulent stemmed tree rather than a palm, photosynthesizing mainly through silvery-gray its trunk,  Leaves are narrow, dark green and grow in a spiral mostly just at the top of the plant and the trunk is covered with sharp spines.  When mature it can produce large, fragrant white trumpet shaped flowers in summer.

Pachys are happiest in warm weather (70F and above).  Don’t be alarmed if your plant loses its leaves in the winter during dormancy.  Water sparingly during this time.  New leaves will appear when the weather warms in spring.

Pachypodium lamerei "Madagascar Palm"

$8.00Price
  • This unique plant is actually a succulent stemmed tree rather than a palm, photosynthesizing mainly through silvery-gray its trunk,  Leaves are narrow, dark green and grow in a spiral mostly just at the top of the plant and the trunk is covered with sharp spines.  When mature it can produce large, fragrant white trumpet shaped flowers in summer.