The day I spotted it blooming I took it off of the deck garden and placed it in the garden among all of the perennials and annuals, as if it to say to them; "This is how it is done." I wonder if my plants get WiFi in the garden, because I could swear that this Adenium only decided to bloom after I posted about the Adenium Obesum flowers and seed pods I spotted at the Garfield Park Conservatory here in Chicago. Whatever the reason it got into blooming mood I'm grateful. Here is a photo of my pink Adenium Obesum bloom.
This is what the bloom's profile looks like. As you can see the flowers of Adeniums are salverform, they are tubular and outer edge spreads out flat.
Here is a full shot of my Adenium. I have mine planted in a terracotta pot because Adeniums need good drainage and the unglazed terracotta pot helps them to dry out between waterings. The other two blooms you see on the stem never got a chance to open, they were accidentally knocked off of the plant.
Adenium Obesum Flower and Seed Pod
Adenium Obesum Care
Adenium Obesum Seedlings
Adenium Obesum Propagation by Cuttings