Euphorbia milii (Crown of Thorns) 4"
Native to Madagascar, like many other sp. of Euphorbia, Euphorbia milii is a woody, succulent shrub with anatomy that resembles a cactus. It grows a propeller-esqe arrangement of leaves, as well as being able to flower year round. This sp. is mainly grown for it's flowers, which come in many different hues. Again, like many other sp. of Euphorbia it's "flowers" are not actually flowers at all - rather colorful bracts with the purposes of attracting pollinators to the much smaller, insignificant flower in the middle.
Euphorbia milii enjoys very bright indirect light to direct sunlight exposure, doesn't tolerate temps below 50 degrees, a gritty, well-draining soil, and has no humidity demands. Enjoys drying out in between waterings, leaves will begin to curl and dry from the bottom up when in need of water.
4" nursery pots available.
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