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Euphorbia poissonii

Euphorbia poissonii is An erect much-branched shrub 1,2 –> 2 m high, with candelabriform branching with one to several columns and topped with large green leaves during the growing season, occasionally sub-spiny, Stems: Branches cylindrical, succulent, often indistinctly tessellate, 3-3,5 cm thick silvery-grey, stout. Spines: Not spiny or sometimes with rudimentary, single spines, or with spines present only on young plants. So it would appear E. poissonii can be spineless or have one spine. Leaves: Leafless or with 5-6 deciduous pale green leaves at the apex. An erect much-branched shrub with candelabriform branching with one to several columns and topped with large green leaves during the growing season, occasionally sub-spiny.  Stems: Branches cylindrical, succulent, often indistinctly tessellate, 3-3,5 cm thick silvery-grey, stout.  Spines: Not spiny or sometimes with rudimentary, single spines, or with spines present only on young plants. So it would appear E. poissonii can be spineless or have one spine.  Leaves: Leafless or with 5-6 deciduous pale green leaves at the apex. Flowers: Short peduncled yellow/green or greenish with red stamens.
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