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Pachypodium (Caudex)

Pachypodium cactipes Pachypodium cactipes
Starting from 0.00€
Pachypodium densiflorum Pachypodium densiflorum
Starting from 10.00€
Pachypodium eburneum Pachypodium eburneum
Starting from 18.00€
Pachypodium geayi Pachypodium geayi
Starting from 12.00€
Pachypodium lamerei Pachypodium lamerei
Starting from 4.00€
Pachypodium lamerei f. crested Pachypodium lamerei f. crested
Starting from 38.00€
Pachypodium lealii subs. saundersii Pachypodium lealii subs. saundersii
Starting from 14.00€
Pachypodium makayense RM 1117 Pachypodium makayense RM 1117
Starting from 24.00€
Pachypodium namaquanum Pachypodium namaquanum
Starting from 0.00€
Pachypodium rosulatum Pachypodium rosulatum
Starting from 24.00€
Pachypodium succulentum Pachypodium succulentum
Starting from 6.00€

Its name derives from Greek and means "big foot", referring to the particular shape of the stem of these small trees, which are wide at the base, narrowing towards the foliage - the characteristic, that makes them commonly called "palms of the Madagascar". Other species, on the other hand, have impressive asymmetrical caudexes, that are always different from each other, with ramifications, that give it a bushy habit. They come from extremely arid areas, and their appearance fully demonstrates it: they have a fleshy succulent stem, which stores water supplies for periods of drought, thorns along the stem, which allow to favor the condensation from dew or fog, so as to make it fall back on the ground near the roots, an epidermis, that can perform chlorophyll photosynthesis, considering that the leaves are very small, compared to the size of the plant. This rare and highly sought-after succulent hardly blooms in our climatic and environmental conditions, however the unusual and ornamental shapes of its body can bring an exotic and exclusive touch to your interiors!