First, remember that Adenium plants are native to regions with poor, gritty soil and hot, sunny climates.
You can’t expect the plant to thrive in overly moist soil, in a site with limited light. They are also not frost tolerant and will succumb to a freeze if exposed.
The plant will not survive long if exposed to temperatures below 40 degrees F (4 C) but will thrive in temperatures reaching up to 90 degrees F (32 C).
Desert rose succulents like bright light, so a southern window exposure provides enough sun for the plants to flourish and bloom.
In the garden, choose a sunny location that has some protection from noonday sun, as this can scorch the foliage. Soil is very important. Adenium plants should have a mixture of cactus soil with gritty sand or lava rocks for good drainage.
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