This miniature baobab can grow up to five meters high.
The enormously thick, smooth trunks have a relatively miniscule, almost leafless crown. The trunks are sometimes neatly bottle-shaped, but much more often outright bizarre. Moreover, they grow almost alone, in an otherwise bare, rocky lunar landscape
The Miniature Baobab has fresh green leaves but requires very little water.
It is often best to wait before watering until the soil is nearly dry. In the summer you can give a little more, because then the miniature baobab grows better. In winter and when the plant is cold, it is best to water very sparingly, because then the chance is much greater that wet roots will rot.
These plants should be as light as possible, but protect younger specimens from direct midday sun in the summer. It can burn the leaves and sometimes even the trunk. Less sun and even partial shade is also tolerated, but then this houseplant grows and flowers only moderately.
You can treat these plants like real cacti and water them very little. That is the least risky care. However, they will then also grow very moderately.
You can keep them between 18 and 30 degrees.