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Adenium Somalense
     We have the seeds, seedling, cuttings and of Adenium Somalense for you

     1) Yak Yipoon - Somalense var. Somalense

     It is originated from Tanzania, Somalia and Kenya. It's a giant breed with straight and high trunk, few branches on its sides, narrow leaves, no hair, lively green leaves, noticeable leaf line, small to medium flower size, pink or red flowers and yellow cone with 15-25 lines. It yields many flowers. If it faces drought, they shed their leaves and blossom at their sides and on main branches. It was reported to be seen in Africa. It was more than 5 meters high with the bottom larger than a 200-liter tank.



Yak Yipoon - Somalense var. Somalense
     Adenium Somalense in Paisit farm is as follows.

Silver leaf Adenium Somalense      1.1)  Silver leaf Adenium Somalense
              -  Glossy silver leaves, no hair, tapering leaves, acute leaf tip.
              -  Strong and big trunk and branches.
              -  Fruitful flowers at the trunk and branches, reddish medium-sized flowers.
              -  Yellow lines on the cone, shed leaves when blossoming.
              -  Big pod, tapering seeds, hard to germinate with pods.



Spotted leaf Adenium Somalense      1.2)   Spotted leaf Adenium Somalense
              -  Spotted leaves, yellow and green mixed with white, folded leaves, glossy leaves
                 with no hair, tapering leaves and acute leaf tip.
              -  Strong trunk and branches, creamy white trunk.
              -  Fruitful flowers at the trunk and branches, small-sized flowers, pink flowers,
                 pinkish petals, noticeable yellow lines on the cone, shed leaves when blossoming.
              -  Not hard to germinate with pods, big pods and tapering seeds.
              -  The seedlings are not spotted but grow fast and strongly.



Red branch Adenium Somalense      1.3)   Red branch Adenium Somalense
              -  Reddish brown trunk and branches, big and strong trunk.
              -  Tapering leaves, rounded leaf tip, green leaves, glossy leaves with no hair,
                  white median nerve.
              -  Fruitful flowers at the trunk and branches, small-sized flowers, pink flowers,
                  reddish petals, noticeable red line on the cone.
              -  Hard to germinate with pods, big pods, long and tapering seeds.
              -  The seedlings grow fast and strong.



Wall Adenium Somalense      1.4)   Wall Adenium Somalense
              -  The tip of the trunk grows out like a wall and it blossoms on the top in a cluster and on its trunk,
                 light pink flowers, red lines on the cone, very fruitful flowers, shed leaves when blossoming.
              -  Light green leaves, tapering leaves, noticeable white meridian nerve.
              -  Creamy white trunk, rather weak branches.
              -  Naturally germinated by pods, medium-sized pods, tapering seeds.
              -  The seedling are like their bearer; fruitful flowers and blossoming in cluster on the top.



Glossy leaf Adenium Somalense      1.5)  Glossy leaf Adenium Somalense
              -  Glossy dark green leaves, rounded leaves, noticeable white meridian nerve.
              -  Strong trunk and brances, grey and green trunk.
              -  Fruitful flowers, blossoming on the trunk and branches, small-sized flowers,
                 pink flowers, dark pink petals, red cone, shedding leaves when blossoming.
              -  Naturally germinated, medium-sized pods, tapering seeds.
              -  The seedlings grow fast and strong.



Small leaf Adenium Somalense      1.6)   Small leaf Adenium Somalense
              -  Glossy dark green leaves, rounded leaves, noticeable meridian nerve.
              -  Strong trunk and branches, grey and green trunk.
              -  Fruitful flowers, blossoming on the trunk and branches, small-sized flowers,
                 pink flowers, dark pink petals noticeable red lines on the cone, shedding leaves
                 when blossoming.
              -  Naturally germinated by pods, medium-sized pods, tapering seeds.
              -  The seedlings grow fast and strong.

Somalense Hybrid




* These breeds of Adenium Somalense are giant breeds. They are usually grown big like a giant papaya tree. The taller means the more beautiful. The one with strong and perfect branches is selected to be grown. Other inferior plants are used as stumps to be grafted with the cuttings from other breeds. Adenium Somalense grow fast and is capable of finding food. The cutting grows faster on Adenium Somalense grows than on Holland stump. Therefore, it can be used as a selection to be grown and a stump.

Adenium Somalense


     2) Somalense var. Crispum
Somalense Hybrid    Somalense Hybrid

     2) Somalense var. Crispum

     It was originated in Africa; Somalia, Tanzania and Kenya. It is a bush tree with a round caudex under the ground. Its leaves are pointed and tapering. The edge of the glossy leaves is curvy. It has green, grey or brown leaves. The meridian nerve is very noticeable. The flowers are small. There are pink, red or striped flowers. There are about 15 lines on the cone. It has a long blossom time. This breed was imported from the United States. In Taiwan, it is called American Somalense var. Crispum, Lam Luk Ka Somalense var. Crispum, Linfomasa, etc. Nowadays, the breed has been developed and modified in and out the country. The baby Adenium grown from seed has many colors, called "Somalense var. Crispum hybrids." It is also used as cutting with "Holland hybrids", so it is hard to distinguish the two hybrids.

     3) Somalense Hybrids

     They are the hybrids of Adenium Somalense and Somalense var. Crispum. In Thailand, they are planted together which resulted in a natural selection of beautiful flowers, strong trunk and caudex.

     There are also other hybrids of Adenium Somalense in our farm as follows:

Somalense Hybrid

     3.1)   Paisit Somalense Hybrid (PSH) is grown from seed. It's the 10-year-old hybrid of Adenium Somalense and Holland. The caudex's diameter is 70-80 centimeters long, 2.20 meters high. The caudex and leaves are green. The flowers are pink with red in the outer area. The flowers are medium-sized. It blossoms throughout the years. Pod bearing rate is moderate. The seeds are longer and bigger than original Adenium Somalense. The plants grown from seeds grow very fast, especially, the caudex growing faster than Holland at a double speed. There is usually one big trunk. The caudex and leaves are live green. The flowers are redish pink. It is very suitable to be used as stump for single cutting because of its fast growing caudex. It is also planted in the garden because of its strong brances.

Somalense Hybrid

     3.2)   Adenium Somalense with "Yak Ko" is believed to be mixed with Adenium Somalense and other breeds which are unknown but speculated to be "Multiforum." The basic structure of the trunk is like native Adenium. It grows very fast. The main tree is grown from cutting. The caudex's diameter is 7-8 inches long and it's over 2 meters tall. The most distinguished characteristic is that the leaves are glossy and green mixed with gray. And the meridian nerve is red. The shape of the leaves is like Adenium Somalense. The pink flowers are of medium size. The petal is pointed. The pollen tube grows out of the cone. It blossoms throughout the year. Its pod bearing rate is moderate. The seed is round. The baby plant that grows from seed grows very fast. The plants grown from seeds grow very fast, especially, the caudex growing faster than Holland at a double speed. The unique characteristic is that the trunk grows out of the bush, about 4-6 main branches off the caudex. The meridian nerve is red. It is suitable to be used as stump for bush tree (for multiple cutting) because the caudex grows fast and there are many main branches. It can also be planted in the garden because of its beautiful bush.

Notes:
1.) Some items about Adenium Somalense kept in our past achievement are not constantly produced. Please make a reservation in advance.
2.) Some parts of the content are adapted from Assoc. Dr. Sawitree Malaiphan
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