Two pictures; shot this morning in our garden (apologies for spelling errors in file names). The one with the yellow flower and visible root system is Adenium uncarina var. abbreviata; originating from Madagascar and extreme poisonous. Natives used sap to poison their arrows and spearheads. The other one is the Moringe droughardyii which can become 12 metres high and 2 metres wide. Both plants are grown from seeds (sown in 2001) Not particular Christmas trees but with the present temeparature (+95 degrees F) it does not feel like Christmas as we were used to in the Northern Hemnisphere. Anyway: Herman & Yvonne wish all member of this forum a Merry Christmas and a fullfilling 2010. Enjoy Life.