When Do Desert Rose Bloom?
Desert rose is a tropical country plant, it typically bloom for the whole year in the Philippines. Be patient, desert rose may not bloom for several months, but if the plant is healthy and growing conditions are right, it will eventually produce blooms.
If you recently repotted your desert rose, it may need a period of rebellion while it is adjusting to its new environment. Because, the plant will transfer its energy into growing roots instead of bearing a flower.
Water and Drainage
Desert Rose is drought tolerant and can live several weeks without irrigation. However it still needs water to produce blooms. Problems arise when the plant is allowed to stand in soggy soil or water. Not only will the plant stop blooming, but poorly drained soil can also easily cause the plant to rot and die. Water the plant regularly during spring and summer, then cut back when the plant is dormant during fall and winter.
Desert rose requires a full sun environment, and lack of the sunlight may be the reason for desert rose not blooming. Place the plant where it receives at least five to six hours of sun per day or a full sunlight is perfect.
Desert rose or Adenium doesn’t need a lot of fertilizer, a regular feeding to ensure the plant receives the nutrients it needs to produce blooms, cause using a balance water soluble fertilizer diluted to half strength