Madagascar Palm

Pachypodium lamerei


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Also known as Club Foot, the Pachypodium lamerei, commonly referred to as the Madagascar Palm, is a stunning semi-tropical succulent tree that is native to Madagascar. Despite its name, it is not actually related to real palms.

The Madagascar Palm can grow up to 2.5 meters tall and is semi-deciduous, shedding most of its leaves in winter. However, in summer, it produces gorgeous, fragrant white flowers with yellow centers.

This plant is incredibly hardy and requires little to no maintenance in most Australian climates. During summer, heavy rainfall provides sufficient water, which the succulent stores for the drier weeks and throughout winter.

The Madagascar Palm thrives in full sun to partial shade, although it can be grown indoors when provided with ample warmth and direct sunlight through a window.

Resembling a skinny pineapple, the Pachypodium lamerei features a large bulbous trunk and long green leaves that cluster at the top of the plant. Mature trees can grow multiple branches and produce stunning white flowers that can remain in bloom for up to seven months in ideal conditions


130 mm pot, 90 mm pot