Pachypodium lamerei 'Madagascar palm'



Pachypodium lamerei 'Madagascar palm'

Common names: Madagascar Palm, Club Foot

A unique and funky plant, the Madagascar palm is actually a succulent and not a palm. From a trunk that bears a resemblance to a cactus, the Madagascar palm charms with a bright green sprouting of leaves. Because this plant is a succulent, it is more drought tolerant than other 'palms,' and wants plenty of light. If it gets enough light in the summer, you will be rewarded with little clusters of fragrant white blossoms. In order to achieve this result, you may have to move your plant outside, but make sure to bring it in immediately if the temperature drops.


Light: Bright Filtered

Water: Occasional

Ease: Easy Breezy

Pet Friendly: No

Care: The Madagascar palm can get heavy, so if you repot it's a good idea to choose a heavy and sturdy planter to offset the weight of the plant.

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