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Most of these adenium shots I'm putting into my 'Adeniums I Love' folder but here's another VERY impressive arabicum grown in Thailand. This is a huge plant with amazing branch and root structure. I love how the roots are not spaced too symmetrically as that makes things look too artificial to me. With small flowers and fine branching, this is a stunning tree. Look in my other folder for another shot of this tree with the grower, Un Cledeer. (Look him up on Facebook)
Super fat twin trunk adenium shown here being wired. If this was my plant I would probably grow it much harder and drier to get rid of the fat bloated look, and lean it down to a more muscular gnarly look. It depends on how much more growth is desired before it's considered 'matured' enough to slow it down and reduce the stored water content.