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I am not a professional nor an expert in Pachypodium taxonomy. Any help with ID and spelling are always welcome. To up-date my list I've been using many books, journals, catalogs and other web-sites. It's been helpful, but I have more work to do. I only ship to the main 48 States. I do ship in the winter. I have 72+ hour heat packs for $3.00 each. No international shipping. Please read the front page for ordering information. Please list the name and number of the plants for ordering. The smaller Pachypodiums can be shipped in there pots.

Please Note: Just to let you know this group that being posted are starting to go dormant. Leave yellowing and leave drop will occur at the time of the year. All of my Pachypodiums are grown out in the full sun, rain and any other weather that comes along this time of the year. I start bring them back into the greenhouse in late September to early October, because we have winter here in Oklahoma. All are grown from seed by Mike Keeling. All the grafts were also made by my late friend of 40 years Mike Keeling who lived here in Oklahoma. He was also the creator of all the Pachypodium crosses offered here.

Pachpodium

  Pachypodium bicolor - Soft yellow flowers with a whitish center. On its own roots. Western Madagascar. Growing in 6 inch pots. - front, top front & back, top front photos - #1b @ $150.00 Sold

Pachypodium cactipes - Also found as Pachypodium rosulatum subs. cactipes. Pachypodium cactipes may merely represent a southerly form of the Pachypodium rosulatum complex but some authors preferred to recognize it as a distinct species until further research clarifies its affinities. Its rich green glossy foliage, showy yellow flowers on long stems and ease of culture make it one of the more rewarding of the genus. Southern Madagascar. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #1c @ $200.00

   Pachypodium densiflorum graft - Pachypodium densiflorum is a caudiciform multi-branched shrublet with a massively swollen trunk that can attain a diameter of up to 2 m and a height of about 70 cm. Its name means literally “dense flowered” which is an apt description of its abundant floral display. Southern, Central and Northern Madagascar. Growing in a 4 inch pot. - front, front top, back, back top - #1smd @ $150.00 Sold

     Pachypodium densiflorum 'Nova' - Orangish-yellow flowers clustering on long stems. Shorter stoughter caudex and branches. Grayish-green leavers. May come out as a new taxa altogether. On its own roots. Madagascar. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #1dn @ $160.00 Sold

   Pachypodium eburnem - Pachypodium eburneum is a small growing cauduciform plants that looks somewhat like Pachypodium densiflorum but with much heavier spination and more blunt leaves. Seedlings grow fairly slowly and mature specimen are fairly compact up to 25 cm in diameter and the whole plant barely 25-30 cm tall. Large, showy, ivory colored with a yellow tint in the center throat on long peduncles. Each peduncle bears about 6 (or more) flowers. Flowers will set in the second year in good conditions. Central Madagascar. Growing in a 3 1/2 pot. - front & back photos - #1e @ $140.00

   Pachypodium geayi - These are a multi-branching form that will branch from the base of the main stem. A very colorful plant when grown in good light. Thin leaves accented with a prominent mid-rib of a different color than the rest of the leaf. Silver and red colors of the main trunk. Great for interior and exterior decorating. They are ready to be planted into some decorative pots. Growing on it's own roots. Southwest Madagascar. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pots. - #1sgm, #2sgm, #3sgm @ $25.00 each

   Pachypodium geayi crest graft -  Pachypodium geayi forma cristata is a nice large succulent with a thick crested trunk. The spiny silvery-red stem will soon form an heavily convoluted fan-shaped or snaky ridged cluster. The comb-shaped foliage is arranged only at the top of the trunk. Nursery cultivar. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - front & back photos - 1gcg @ $160.00

   Pachypodium geayi crest graft -  Pachypodium geayi forma cristata is a nice large succulent with a thick crested trunk. The spiny silvery-red stem will soon form an heavily convoluted fan-shaped or snaky ridged cluster. The comb-shaped foliage is arranged only at the top of the trunk. Nursery cultivar. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - front & back photos - 2gcg @ $150.00

   Pachypodium geayi multi-branched - This is a multi-branching form that will branch from the base of the main stem. A very colorful plant when grown in good light. Thin leaves accented with a prominent mid-rib of a different color than the rest of the leaf. Silver and red colors of the main trunk. Great for interior and exterior decorating. They are ready to be planted into some decorative pots. Growing on it's own roots. Southwest Madagascar. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - #4gmb @ $50.00

   Pachypodium geayi multi-branched - This is a multi-branching form that will branch from the base of the main stem. A very colorful plant when grown in good light. Thin leaves accented with a prominent mid-rib of a different color than the rest of the leaf. Silver and red colors of the main trunk. Great for interior and exterior decorating. They are ready to be planted into some decorative pots. Growing on it's own roots. Southwest Madagascar. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - left to right - #3gmb, #1gmb @ $50.00 each

                               Pachypodium inopinatum x densiflorum X inopinatum x densiflorum - One of Mike's interesting crosses. Nursery cultivar. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - front, front top & back, back top photos - 1idx2 @ $165.00 Sold

     Pachypodium makayense - First described as Pachypodium makayense by Mr. Lavranos in 2004. It has a large shining yellow flower with a white ring around the tube. Nice green body and leaves. Madagascar. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #1m @ $200.00 Sold

   Pachypodium lamerei ssp ramosum - Has a dwarf growth habit, shorter, fatter trunk with wide leaves. This group has started to branch at the base of the main stem. Madagascar. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots. - front & top photos - left to right - #1lr, #2lr, #3lr, #4lr @ $18.00 each #2lr Sold

   Pachypodium lamerei ssp ramosum - Has a dwarf growth habit, shorter, fatter trunk with wide leaves. Madagascar. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots. - front & top photos - left to right - #1llr, #2llr @ $18.00 each

   Pachypodium mikea - Described by Huntington Botanical Gardens, Jonas Luthy article in the 2005, CSJ Vol. 77:178-186. Like a genetic link between P. lamerei and P. geayi. Flowers are white with yellow centers. Madagascar. Growing 4 1/2 inch pots. - front photos - left to right - #1lm, #2lm, #3lm, #4lm @ $20.00 each

   Pachypodium namaquanum graft multi-headed - This species must rate as one of the most sought-after and loveable of all large succulents which has fascinated generations upon generations. Plants are extremely slow growing, around 0.5–1.5 cm per year and can become a hundred years old or more.  Leaves are undulate simple, obviate to oblong, green-grey and densely velvety on both surfaces. They form a crowded rosette at the apex of the trunk during the growing season. Leaf apexes are tapering or rounded; bases narrowly tapering. The leaf margins are entire and very wavy which is another distinctive characteristic of this succulent. The plants has another flush of leaves after blooming. Tubular velvet-textured, up to 50 mm long and 10 mm across at the mouth. They are red on the inside and yellow-green outside, the petals have dark red tips. The Pachypodium namaquanum generally blooms at 6 year old or older, 30 cm tall. Pachypodium namaquanum is a winter grower, it grows from November to April. Namibia. Here at my home in Oklahoma I bring them out of the greenhouse and grow then outdoors in full sun, rain and any other weather that comes it's way. And brought back into the greenhouse in early October. Where it starts blooming in the fall into early spring. Growing in a 6 inch pot. #1ngr @ $150.00

  Pachypodium rosulatum ssp. gracilis crest - This one is a well rooted cutting of the fat stem crest.  - front, front top, back, back top photos - Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. #1rgc @ $140.00

   Pachypodium rosulatum ssp. gracilis crest - This plant grown from seed. These are some of Mike Keeling work with Pachypodiums. - front, front top, back, back top photos - Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. #2rgc @ $140.00

   Pachypodium rosulatum ssp. gracilis crest - This plant grown from seed. These are some of Mike Keeling work with Pachypodiums. - front, front top, back, back top photos - Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. #3rgc @ $140.00

   Pachypodium rosulatum ssp. gracilis crest graft - These are some of Mike Keeling work with Pachypodiums. Fat stem crest grafted by Mike Keeling. Growing in 6 inch pots. - #1rgg @ $250.00

   Pachypodium rosulatum ssp. gracilis crest graft - These are some of Mike Keeling work with Pachypodiums. Fat stem crest grafted by Mike Keeling. Growing in 6 inch pots. - #5rgg @ $250.00

    Pachypodium rutenbergianum - Pachypodium rutenbergianum is a candelabrum-shaped tree forming a stout, succulent, bottle-shaped trunk and is the largest of the pachypodiums. It has a heavily branched crown of thick forking branches. The showy pure white often with yellowish-green center flowers are large, asymmetrical and smell of perfume. The leaves form around the growth tips of the trunk and branches and have a downward curvature in the length. This is one of the seedling I cut the main trunk two years ago. Madagascar. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - #1r @ $35.00

   Pachypodium X lamerei ? (or very strange) - It is different then any of the rest of the main trunk type Pachypodiums. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - 1Xl @ $180.00

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