Pachypodium brevicaule (graft)


Pachypodium brevicaule is the smallest and strangest species of its genus, growing no more than 3 inches tall after many decades. When mature these plants look like molten metal blobs crawling along the crevices of sandstone faces in the mountains of Madagascar. Because this botanical curio is tough to grow on its own root, they're often grafted to make them easier and much faster to grow.

*Once sexually mature, Pachypodium brevicaule flowers profusely.

Plants ship bare root, pot/soil not included