The Adenium Obesum I have in my garden has flowers which are pink at the sides and white in the centre. It blooms whole year round. However, when it rains heavily, the flowers will drop to the ground due to the big rain drops.
I got this plant as a gift at a marriage enrichment seminar that Kelvin and I attended in 2004. At that time, it was just a baby plant. I brought it home and place it in my dry kitchen. One day, the plant seemed to look unhealthy with not many leaves left. A friend suggested that I should relocate it to an outdoor spot. After a week, it immediately sprung back to live. This is really an outdoor plant!
The plant is very easy to take care as it can tolerate lots of sun and water as we have here in tropical climate. But nowadays, due to the inconsistency in the weather (suddenly very hot and suddenly raining heavily!) the plant is shedding leaves while flowers are dropping off. When the weather is more moderate, the plant will grow better. The more sunshine it takes, the better it will be!