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Adenium or desert roses as it is often called is a very popular indoor plant due to its unusual appearance of a-la bonsai, flowers of different colors, as well as due to the slight formation of the crown and the tree. It is very flexible and with proper care it becomes an interesting detail in the interior.
Adenium responds to a sunny location with good air circulation. It also works in semi-densified areas, but it spreads more and less flowers. Young plants that do not have enough leaves in hot summer days should provide a gentle shadow that the sun does not burn.
When adenium is exposed to direct sun, it should not rotate, because the sun could burn a part of the plant that was in the shade. However, when breeding in home conditions, it is necessary to turn occasionally for proper development. In order for the older plants to flourish abundantly and abundantly, it takes a lot of light during the day, and at least four to five hours of direct sunshine.