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Snail Tree?

comments (4) February 7th, 2014 in gallery
modclaud modclaud, member
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I found this photo online, and don't know who to credit, but I absolutely love not only the "snail tree" but the combination of succulents and the container.  Beautiful!



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Comments (4)

kat33ca writes: i think its a pachypodium Posted: 6:18 pm on February 8th
tntreeman writes: the "tree" part looks like some sort of Pachypodium variety.
they are beautiful container plantings Posted: 9:27 am on February 8th
portiagriffin writes: Amazing tree. . . Posted: 5:52 am on February 8th
modclaud writes: I'd love to know the botanical name so I can order that palm-type plant. Posted: 1:36 pm on February 7th
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