Adansonia is a genus of baobabs known as deciduous trees. They are native to Madagascar and to continental Africa. The tree was spread to other regions like Australia and Asia, too. The generic name honors the French naturalist and explorer Michel Adanson, who has described the Adansonia digitata.
- Baobab seeds need to be soaked overnight before planting them in the soil.
- The best time to plant them is in late winter or early spring when the ground has warmed up enough for planting.