|Also from Ms. Chen. She calls this Fancy Girl|
|A. obesum "Black Widow"|
|A. obesum "Rik Ni Ran"|
|A. obesum x crispum|
|Cheesy group shot|
|Breaking Dawn. Looks really yellow but we'll see. I hope it will not have streaks of pink. I hate that.|
And even well into autumn, adeniums may keep blooming---some of mine, in fact, only bloom in autumn like this White Flora below.
Another Dimmit plant also bloomed for the first time, this specimen of Adenium obesum x crispum. It's not really the kind of flower I like but if you get a bloom that you don't like on a plant that you don't particularly like to keep, remember that the first ever bloom of seed-grown plants are not always the same as its subsequent blooms. Give it another go and see how its second wave of inflorescence will look.
|This one will get one more chance.|