|Pachypodium rosulatum v gracilius
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|Most plants seen in cultivation
under this name are in reality not true gracilius. True gracilius is not widespread in
nature or cultivation as has been reported and is certainly not robust like its type
rosulatum. It can be identified by its very narrow leaves, growth habit, and the faint red
striped yellow flowers. As you can see from our photos of typical plants
grown from seed, the growth habit tends to a low spreading type caudex.
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rosulatum v gracilius - 6 year old with typical basal branching.