In a previous garden blog entry on how I care for the Adenium Obesum plants in my collection I wanted to include a current photo of the plants in my cacti & succulent collection. I just took a photo of mine to show what they're looking like now as they break dormancy and I start to give them water.
If you're interested in propagating your Adenium Obesum plants you can easily start them from seeds and from cuttings. Here's my previous garden blog entry on starting Adenium Obesum seeds. Propagation of Adenium Obesum is also very simple by taking cuttings and allowing them the wound to callous over for a couple of days and then inserting the cuttings into a rooting medium and keeping it out of full sun while it roots. Because the plant when cut exudes a milky sap that could be harmful you should wear gardening gloves to protect your hands and even protective goggles, better safe than sorry.
As I was uploading this photo I remembered an anecdote told on a cacti & succulent forum by a Adenium Obesum grower. In the fall when his plants are brought into the greenhouse after they've gone into dormancy he sets them on the ground under his shelves. Soon the rodents start to come into the greenhouse looking for food and warmth and they start to eat the stems of his plants. After a few days he goes around his greenhouse and picks up the dead bodies of the rodents that were dumb enough to eat his plants. I guess that's one way to take care of a rodent problem and plant trimming at the same time.