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Pachypodium Succulentum


Pachypodium succulentum is endemic to South Africa. It occurs in rocky grassland, koppies, steep hills and succulent scrub vegetation in the Western, Eastern and Northern Cape and western Free State, at altitudes up to 1,400 m.


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Pachypodium succulentum is a species of flowering plant in the dogbane family, Apocynaceae, that is native to southern Africa, specifically Lesotho and South Africa. Its common names include “succulent pachypodium,” “crater pachypodium,” and “Madagascar palm.”

Pachypodium succulentum is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae, native to southern Africa. It is commonly called the Madagascar palm because of its superficial resemblance to a palm, but it is not closely related to the true palms (family Arecaceae).

Perfect for the succulent lover, our rare and exotic pachypodium succulently is an interesting addition to any collection. This plant boasts fragrant white flowers and an easy-to-care-for nature, making it the perfect starter plant for green thumbs or those who have black thumbs.

The Pachypodium genus consists of 20 species, some of which are succulent but not all. They are called “Madagascar Palms” because of their palm-like appearance. However, they are not palms at all. They are closely related to the Periwinkle family and sometimes share similar colors. The three most common Pachypodiums in cultivation include the succulent Pachypodium lactelatum, Pachypodium lealii, and the spiny, non-succulent Pachypodium lamerei.

Pachypodium is a genus of flowering plants in the dogbane family. There are approximately 20 species, all of which are endemic to Madagascar. They include succulent tree-like species as well as shrubby species and lithophytic (growing in cracks of rocks) epiphytic species that grow on trees.


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