Pachypodium geayi

Madagascar Palm

PLU 4266

Picture(s) shown is only a representation of a mature plant and not the actual plant. Small juvenile plants often look different from a grown specimen.

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Pachypodium geayi is a species of Madagascar Palm that originated from Southwest Madagascar. It has a metallic grey pachycaul trunk and the leaves are thin and grey-green, with a bright pink mid-rib. The plant has white flowers in summer. Pachypodium geayi has a pachycaul trunk that is columnar, thick, elongated, cigar- or bottle-shaped, 3-6 m long, 15-30 cm in diameter at the base, gradually thickened above up to 40-80 cm. Relative slow growing at about 10 cm a year.

Growth Spread 80 cm
Growth Height 6 Meters
See the source imageWater Requirements Water when dry - drough tolarant. 
Frost Sensitive no
Flowering Period White flowers when plant is stressed - not grown for flowers.
Light Requirements Full sun.
 Soil Requirements Well-drained sandy loam soil.

Additional information


Small (9cm), Medium (17cm), Large (23cm)

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