Hello there! This listing is for the adenium plant, succulent cuttings and the pot you see in the images :) These Adenium are from mixed colored parent plants. Because I make my own sterile soil I will ship this little plant in its pot. I will even include a small bag of sand in order to finish off the top soil of your gorgeous new plant! Adenium are quite hardy, able to go without water even when they are out of soil for several days. You should factor this into your care for this plant, allowing the soil to dry in between waterings. This makes this plant very easy to tend to, as it can tolerate many different environments. I welcome any and all questions and I’ll be here to help you at any step of your plant’s growth :D cuttings can be tricky to root so it is best to let them remain dry most the time until you see new growth. I am a licensed nursery and a recent botany major graduate; I grew the plant you’re viewing from seed, and the seed comes from plants that are mixed colors for flowers. There is no way to tell what color the bloom for this plant will be until it flowers, which will happen next growing season. This adenium obesum is over one year old, and has been recently reintroduced to full sun light. The plant is dwarfed because of the way I grow my adenium, and I picked this one out of thousands of plants. I believe this is a really special bonsai candidate. Adenium are very easy to grow. Hands down the best beginner plant for bonsai or someone interested in growing a unique succulent that flowers. The roots grow and gnarl over one another which creates a really neat feature for bonsai as well.