ADANSONIA za
ADANSONIA za
ADANSONIA za
ADANSONIA za

ADANSONIA madagascariensis

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€15.50
Author : Baill.
Family : Malvaceae
Habitat : Madagascar

This member of the Bombacaceae* family was given this name by Henri Ernest Baillon in 1876. It is found on the north-west to north of Madagascar, growing on the hill-sides in dry deciduous forests in a well-drained soil. Takes plenty of water and sun. The flowers which occurring in March to April, are dark red and quite big: ten centimetres. The stem can get five meters wide and 20 meters high. It can only be reproduced by seeds.
The genera is named after the French naturalist Michel Adanson,1727-1806. The species name mean 'from Madagascar'.

*)Accordantly to the latest taxonomic system; APG IV 2016, Bombacaceae is now part of the Malvaceae.

2 years old seedling 15/20 cm
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CULTURE :
Exposure : bright and sunny.
Temperature : minimum of 10°c (summer growth)
Soil : not too rich but mainly well drained
winter resting with loose of leaves in autumn

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