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Euphorbias

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Not to be confused with cacti, Euphorbias may look like cacti because of their "spines". Some Euphorbias have formations known as "peduncles", which are dried remnants from flowering stalks, and tend to give the plant an extra-terrestrial appearance.These spines are actually what are left over from from the flowers. While Euphorbias do not have the "areole" (a felty area from which the spines arise on cacti), they do have an analogous area that is a hard, horned ellipse along the angle of the stem known as a "spine shield". Interestingly, the spine shield is the origin of the spines and flowers for the Euphorbia, just as the areole performs the same function for the cacti. Euphorbias do not have the organ to create a spine. Also, Euphorbias originated in Africa , where true cacti do not exist. These plants can take a wide range of light, from light to shade, to full sun outdoors, to good indoor light. They have a resting period in winter and require less water and no fertilizer at that time. Euphorbias love warmth and are frost tender. Euphorbias can be propagated by cuttings taken in early summer. Let the cuttings dry for a few days up to several weeks, and plant them up to make new plants. When working with Euphorbias, always be careful not to let their milky sap touch your skin or eyes as it is a harsh irritant! According to the International Euphorbia society - Euphorbiaceae is the name given to one of the largest families in the plant world, sometimes known as spurges. It includes around 300 genera and 7,500 species, and of these around 870 are regarded as succulent. Like all Euphorbias they contain a white sap that can be irritating to eyes and mucous membranes. Take care if you get the sap on your hands not to touch your face or eyes. Wash with soap and water. Leaves come in various shapes and sizes but are sometimes reduced to thorns. There are also countless hybrids of E. milii, some of great horticultural interest, as well as hardy species suitable for the garden or rockery. Many of our euphorbias are dormant and lose leaves in winter. All Euphorbias contain a white sap that can be irritating to eyes and mucous membranes. If contact is made with this white sap, take care to not touch face or eyes before washing hands with soap and water. Protect from frost.

Monadeniums

Monadeniums are winter dormant. I water mine every 2-3 weeks in winter to keep their roots alive.
Their leaves begin growing back in spring. They are very similar to Euphorbias. When working with Monadeniums, always be careful not to let their milky sap touch your skin or eyes as it is a harsh irritant to some people.
Euphorbia anoplia

Sizes

Euphorbia anoplia are native to Africa. They are short with dense clusters. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch during active growing season. Requires bright light to look their best. Protect from frost. All Euphorbias contain a white sap that can be irritating to eyes and mucous membranes. If contact is made with this white sap, take care to not touch face or eyes before washing hands with soap and water..... Click photo for photo with flowers.

Euphorbia aeruginosa
2 cuttings $5

Euphorbia aeruginosa, native to South Africa, forms branching 4-sided aqua pencil-like stems with coppery spines extending from dark vertical bands along the margins of the stems. Will form clumps to 10" wide and approximately 7" in height. Profuse lemon yellow flowers in February. Plant in a porous soil with adequate drainage. Prefers bright to filtered light with ample airflow. Please CLICK photo for complete plant information.

Euphorbia bupleurifolia
1-2" caudex $25
some may have pups

Euphorbia bupleurifolia, native to South Africa, is a caudiciform Euphorbia that develops a fat caudex topped with a tuft of long leaves. Stem has spirally arranged tubercles that are reminiscent of a pineapple with long slender leaves at the growing tip. Offsets freely to form large clusters. Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch during the active growing season. click photo for more information.

Euphorbia cap-saintemariensis
4" pot $12

Euphorbia cap-saintemariensis is a member of the Euphorbiaceae family. It was described by Werner Rauh in 1970. It is found on Cap Sainte-Marie, southern Madagascar, growing in a well drained soil with some water and some to lots of sun. The caudex can grow to ten centimetres in diameter, the stems up to 30 centimetres height. The flowers are pale brownish yellow.


Euphorbia caput-medusae

This member of the Euphorbiaceae family was described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753. It is found in the western part of South Africa's Cape Province. It grow in sandy soils and do fine in any well drained mix. The stem can grow to 15 centimetres in diameter, the whole plant up to one meter in diameter. The flowers are crème coloured or reddish. It might be a winter grower, but can be grown in summer.

 
Euphorbia clandestina
3 1/2" pot $9

Euphorbia clandestine (Volstruisnek) - An erect columnar spineless succulent, usually with a single 1 to 1 1/2 inch thick stem but sometimes branching, to 2 feet tall with a loose spiral arrangement of knobby tubercules and topped with a tuft of narrow 1 to 1 3/4 long turquoise colored leaves that are strongly keeled and minutely hairy. Click photo for more information.

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Euphorbia decaryi
3 1/2" pot $7

 

Euphorbia decaryi spirosticha
4" pot $7

Euphorbia decaryi var. spirosticha are from madagascar. The plant has long, subterranean, rooting stolons, their leaves reduced to scales. Areal shoots are erected, somewhat curved, up to 1 cm thick, with pale redish bark with scars after deciduous leaves. Leaves are arranged in spiral rows (spirosticha) unlike E. decaryi var. decaryi, which leaves are in vertical rows. Leaves are deciduous, in growing season arranged in a terminal rosette. Click photo for complete information. This information is from botany.cz

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Euphorbia enopla
Sizes

Euphorbia enopla, native to South Africa, forms 5-angled stems with very straight, strong dark red spines. Branches generously form the base to form wide clusters. Can grow to approximately 3' in height in time. As with most Euphorbias, responds well to warmth, growing actively in late spring and during summer months. Porous soil with aequate drainage. Filtered to bright light with ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Water less during winter resting period. Protect from frost. Please click photo for complete information


Euphorbia esculenta 8" pot $65

Euphorbia escuelenta is a member of the Euphorbiaceae family. It was given this name by Hermann Wilhelm Rudolf Marloth in 1908. It is found in Eastern Cape, South Africa, from Uitenhage to Jansenville, Graaf-Reinett and Somerset East. It is growing in a well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. The caudex can grow to twelve centimetres in diameter while the whole cluster of branches reach 25 centimetres in height an up to 40 centimetres in diameter. Click photo for complete information

Euphorbia flanaganii medusa
Sizes

Euphorbia flanaganii, native to South Africa, is one of the "medusoids", or plants forming a central basal "caudex" with "arms" arising from the basal area. Click photo for more information. Euphorbia flanaganii is an exotic succulent with multiple snake-like branches. Conical or cylindrical central caudex, up to 2 inches long and 3 – 4 inches in diameter. Soft, thin, deep-green arms that can grow up to about 1 foot long and deciduous leaves, up to 1 cm long. Yellow-green flower heads, clustered at the center of the plant. -

Euphorbia flanaganii crested
Called off for lack of interest

Euphorbia flanaganii, native to South Africa, is one of the "medusoids", or plants forming a central basal "caudex" with "arms" arising from the basal area. This is the cristate form, which forms deep emerald green fan-shaped stems that resemble "green coral". Cristate forms generally occur when injury occurs to the plant at a young age Click photo for more information.


Euphorbia francoisii
Sizes
Euphorbia francoisii are found in the Taolanaro Province, southern Madagascar, growing in a well drained soil with some water and some sun. The flowers are greenish.   grow indoors in winter with a lot of light. you can grow outdoors in summer. They are rot prone so don't overwater. Photo is a very mature plant. Yours will come from a 3" pot.

 

Euphorbia genoudiana
Sizes

Euphorbia genoudiana, native to Madagascar, is a small spiny shrubby plant with waxy stems heavily armed with waxy bone-colored spines. Is similar in appearance to an Alluaudia or Didierea. Long, very slender leaves. shrub with very long thread-like leaves. Cyathia bright red, cyathophylls with sharp points. Tiny green cyathia (analogous to flowers of other plants). Uncommon. All Euphorbias contain a white sap that can be irritating to eyes and mucous membranes. Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Please click photo for complete information.

Euphorbia globosa 2" pot $7
Photo is a 4" pot

It is a dwarf slow and low growing spineless succulent that looks like a cactus, eventually forming a subterranean caudex (often lifted up into view in cultivation for looks) It forms thick mats of dwarf subshrubs up to 20 cm in diameter. Stem: Globular to elongated, segmented fingers 2-10 cm tall, branching off from a caudiciform base, Click photo for more information.


Euphorbia hedyotoides 6" pot $15
Euphorbia hedyotoides are found in the south and south-west of Madagascar, growing in well drained soil with some water and not too much sun. The flowers are yellow to pale red, and besides seeds, it can be reproduced by cuttings of the stems and roots. Seedlings many times produce knots (like in a rope) in their caudex. As they grow their caudex becomes very interesting.
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Euphorbia iharanae 3" pot $12
1 to a customer
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Euphorbia iharanae is from the Iharana District of Madagascar. It grows along the rocky coast.
Euphorbia lactea
Sizes

taller plants in Ca, Az,only
other states will require more freight

Euphorbia lactea fma variegata "Bones" forms beautiful alabaster marbled stems that branch to form candelabra specimens to 6' in height. Euphorbia lacteal is an excellent plant for patio, atrium or in brightly lit interiors. Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Euphorbia lactea require porous soil with adequate drainage. Water thoroughly when soil is dry during active growing season. Requires bright light for best appearance, and should be given a winter resting period at which time less water should be given. Protect from frost. Please click photo for complete information.

Euphorbia lactea
crest
green 6" pot $10

Euphorbia lactea cristata forms intricately undulating fan-shaped branches of attractive dark green with zig-zag patterns of light green and silvery white. This is an unusual cristate form that grows laterally as fan shapes densely covered with golden spines. Photo is a 6" plant. The 4" pots have smaller plants. Click photo for more information.

Euphorbia lactea crest

Euphorbia lactea cristata forms intricately undulating fan-shaped branches of attractive dark green with zig-zag patterns of light green and silvery white. This is an unusual cristate form that grows laterally as fan shapes densely covered with golden spines. Photo is a 6" plant. The 4" pots have smaller plants. Click photo for more information.

Euphorbia leucodendron
4-5" cutting $5

Euphorbia leucodendrons are native to Madagascar, forms spineless, rounded pencil-like green stems with darker "polka dots" to 1/2" in diameter. Offsets from the base to form clusters of cylindrical stems to over 3' in height.Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Please click photo for more information.


Euphorbia leuconeura
Sizes

Euphorbia leuconeura, the Madagascar jewel, is a species of plant in the Euphorbiaceae family. It is endemic to Madagascar. Its natural habitat is forest undergrowth in rocky areas. It can grow to a height of 6', as a branching small tree, and propagates by shooting its seeds several feet into the air. It is threatened by habitat loss. The Madagascar Jewel is grown as a houseplant for its attractive foliage: dark green leaves, with white veins when young. Unlike many succulents, Euphorbia leuconeura is less susceptible to overwatering. It grows best in partial shade but tolerates full shade and is relatively easy to care for providing it is not exposed to cold drafts.

Euphorbia mammillaris

Euphorbia mammillaris, native to South Africa, forms an erect club-shaped stem with squarish tubercles in rows resembling "corn cobs". Branches freely with lateral "club-shaped" offsets. Stems have pinkish-brown persistent thorns that become purplish red with age. Occurs also as a beautiful variegated form with ivory white stems that blush pink in cold weather. Please click photo for more information.

Euphorbia mammilaria hybrid
cutting $4

This euphorbia mammillaria is not very common.

Euphorbia mammillaris variagata
6" pot $9

Euphorbia mammillaris variegata is aka "Indian Corn Cob". It forms stems in rows that look like "corn cobs". They are a light green with dark green and turn pink in the sun. Their growth time is late spring and summer months. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch during active growing season. It needs bright light to look its best. They need to rest in winter and given less water. Please click photo for more information.

Euphorbia mauritanica

 

From South Africa. keep Dry in winter. Great in the ground because it will grow into a nice bush.

Euphorbia medusoid hybrid
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very big, 3 gallon pot $50
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They are beautiful. a new photo soon

Euphorbia meloformis

Euphorbia meloformis come from South Africa. They like to be in the sun. It does best in a mineral soil, and good drainage is essential. Water sparingly during the summer months and keep dry in winter. It is a slow-growing long-ived plant and, once established, it will be content in its position and with its soil for years. It can tolerate moderate shade, and a plant that has been growing in shade should be slowly hardened off before placing it in full sun as the plant will be severely scorched if moved too suddenly from shade into sun. It is propagated from seed sown during spring or summer. They need male and female plants to set seed.

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Euphorbia misera
6" pot now only $11

Euphorbia misera is a shrub that is native to California and Baja California. They like full sun. They are deciduous and flower January-August. They are native from Corona del Mar to San Diego, and Catalina Island.

Euphorbia monstrose
Sizes

Euphorbia monstrose is also know as Euphorbia submammillaris. They are from South Africa. They are a mini euphorbia. Quite red now from winter cold and the sun.


Euphorbia millotti
4" pot $5

This is one of my favorite euphorbias. Granted it looses it's leaves in winter. Euphorbia millotii grows only in the vicinity of the coastal Lac Bleu, near Vohemar, south of Iharana, northeastern Madagascar. Coastal forest and coastal shrubland. Euphorbia millotii, grows mainly in sandy soils in the shade of dense, windshorn bush. Its habitat is highly threatened by human activities, habitat degradation, fire, habitat clearing for charcoal. It is also collectied for the horticultural trade, increasing the threat of extinction in the wild.

Euphorbia multifolia 3 1/2" pot $15

This member of the Euphorbiaceae family was described by Alain Campbell White, Robert Allen Dyer and Boyd Lincoln Sloane in 1941. It is found on the western and southern cape of South Africa, growing in grit or other well drained soil with little to some water and lots of sun. The stem can grow to twelve centimetres in diameter, the whole plant to one meter height. The flowers are green.


Euphorbia neohumberti
4" pot $8

starting to have leaves again

After Dormancy in winter, they have small red flowers and then send out their beautiful leaves. Euphorbia neohumbertii do not have leaves in winter.

Euphorbia obesa
Unavailable in this size

Euphorbia obesa, native to South Africa, is a fascinating plant with nearly spherical grayish-green stems with transverse bands of different shades of green. Often, especially in bright light, the bands are an attractive contrasting purplish-bronze. Great conversation piece. The euphorbia obesa is known as the Basketball plant. Please click photo for more information.

Euphorbia triple $40
obesa/symmetica

only 2 available
Euphorbia symmetica come from South Africa (Cape Province: Willowmore, Beaufort W. Euphorbia symmetica look just like Euphorbia obesa, but they are rounder, flatter and not growing as tall.   It has usually more, somewhat different, markings. The flowers are also more numerous with several from each point of origin, it has as well a distinctive long taproot.  They like a sunny position. It does best in a mineral soil, good drainage is essential. Water sparingly during the summer months and keep dry in winter. It is a slow growing long lived plant and once established, it will be content
Euphorbia obesa cluster 3" pot
Sizes

Euphorbia obesa, native to South Africa, is a fascinating plant with nearly spherical grayish-green stems with transverse bands of different shades of green. Often, especially in bright light, the bands are an attractive contrasting purplish-bronze. Great conversation piece. The euphorbia obesa is known as the Basketball plant. The head size varies on availaility. We ship largest ones first and then...
Please click photo for more information.

Euphorbia pachypodioides Watering and Fertilizing: During their growing season, these plants like regular watering and fertilizing. For most, the period of growth is from Spring into Fall. Many plants rest (stop putting on growth) from late Fall to early Spring, when temperatures are cool and daylight length is short, and during mid-Summer, when temperatures are at their peak. How often to water and fertilize: While growing, cacti and succulents should be watered at least once a week. Some people water more often than this. During each watering, give the soil a good soaking, so that water runs out of the 'drainage holes' of the pots.

Euphorbia poissoni
3 1/2" pot $25

Euphorbia poissonii is a highly irritating and toxic succulent member of the large and varied spurge family of plants. It is native to northern Nigeria where local farmers extract its juice for use as a pesticide. Its powerfully irritant and pain-producing nature mandates use as a fencing plant. Click the photo for complete information.

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Euphorbia polygona
2 gallon pot $50
outside of CA & AZ may require
additional freight

Euphorbia polygona, native to South Africa, forms a ribbed chunky columnar plant of glaucous grey-green and is heavily armed with spiny protuberances ("peduncles", otherwise known as persistent flower stalks). The cultivar 'Snowflake' is chalky white and has fewer spiny protuberances. It has been said that only a single 'Snowflake' was ever found in Africa. Many new hybrids have been created using 'Snowflake' as it tends to pass on excellent genetics for attractive plants.

Euphorbia schoenlandii

Euphorbia schoenlandii come from Port Elizabeth - So. Africa. Euphorbia schoenlandii is a small pickle shaped succulent shrublet with prominent spiny tubercles, sometimes resembling a green pineapple, usually single stemmed but may branch with age. Stem: Up to 20 cm thick and 100(-130) cm tall, upright growing and club-shaped with large conical tubercles up to 12 mm long. Spines: 2,5-5 cm long, the “spines” are only the stout, woody, withered remains of fertile peduncles which endure. Please click photo for more information.

Euphorbia species #2 6" pot $9

 

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Euphorbia spiralis

Euphorbia 'Spiralis' forms grayish green stems with spiralling ribs and small deciduous leaves. Long persistent flower peduncles give surrealistic alien look. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright light and ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost. All Euphorbias contain a white sap that can be irritating to eyes and mucous membranes. If contact is made with this white sap, take care to not touch face or eyes before washing hands with soap and water. Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months.

Euphorbia spiralis cristata

Euphorbia 'Spiralis' forms grayish green stems with spiralling ribs and small deciduous leaves. This is a cristate cultivar which forms fanned stems of grayish-green that grow like convolutions of a brain. Very attractive collector item. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright light and ample airflow. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost. please click photo for more information.

Euphorbia suzanne
Sizes

Euphorbia suzannae, native to South Africa, forms small, knobby spherical emerald green stems to 1" or so in diameter. Clusters profusely to form wide clumps to 10" in diameter. Each stem has "toothed" ridges along the margins, and often has deciduous leaves during active growth. Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Please click on photo for complete information.

Euphorbia tirrucalli cutting
2, 4-5" cutting $5

Euphorbia tirucalli, native to arid South Africa, grows very rapidly, branching readily to form large stands. This plant will become a strking specimen in time. Known as the "Pencil Plant" for the curious pencil-shaped stems which at times have tiny leaves present at the growing tips. Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Please CLICK photograph for complete information.

Euphorbia tirucalli,
sticks of fire

Sizes

taller plants may
require additional freight

Euphorbia tirucalli firesticks is a native of South Africa. "Firesticks" is a red form. They have the most color fall through spring when they become inflamed with brilliant pinkish red in the cooler winter months. Their growth period is in the late spring and summer months. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch during active growing season. They need bright light to full sun to look their best. They need rest in winter so cut back on watering.

Euphorbia trigona rubra
Sizes

may require addl freight charges outside of CA. & AZ.
1 & 2 gallon pots are available
for local pickup only
too tall to ship

Euphorbia trigona 'Royal Red' is a beautiful rich burgundy cultivar of Euphorbia trigona. A cultivar occurs when an environmental or other factor causes changes in a plant. A cultivar is not a hybrid; It is rather a change in the DNA of the cells of one unique plant. Please CLICK the photograph for complete information. The 8" pots are well branched, while the 6" have just a couple.

Euphorbia trigona green

Euphorbia trigona is native to tropical western Africa. Excellent for use in bright areas of the home or office or as a patio plant in more temperate regions. Euphorbia trigona has green stems with 3-4 sides and white to light green marbling down the center of each stem. In time, becomes a much branched shrub to 6' in height. Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Please click photo for complete information.

Monadenium coccineum
3 1/2" pot $5

winter dormant

Monadenium coccineum, native to Tanzania, is a member of the family Euphorbiaceae. Forms 5-angled segmented stems with very succulent, serrated lime green leaves. Flower is bright scarlet and looks similar to a miniature orchid flower. Responds well to warmth, with its active growth period in the late spring and summer months. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Requires bright light for best appearance, and should be given a winter resting period at which time less water should be given. Protect from frost.

Monadenium echinulatum
just coming out of dormancy

Monadenium echinulatum is a member of the Euphorbiaceae family and was described by Otto Stapf in 1900. It is found in north eastern Tanzania and Zambia, growing in a well drained soil with some water and some sun. The caudex can grow to twelve centimetres in diameter, the stems up to 30 centimetres height. The flowers are white and green.Spring summer grower. Very little water in winter. In the euphorbia family. Flowering in winter. Protect from frost.


Monadenium ellenbeckii
6" pots $11

Monadenium ellenbeckii caulopodium forms clusters of lime-green, rounded pencil stems with elongated, smooth tubercles towards the tip. Stems have light reddish-brown striations. Porous soil with adequate drainage. They prefer bright, filtered light and warmth. Monadenium ellenbeckii can grow to 1 yard tall with just a few branches. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch except in winter when they don't like moist soi. I barely water in winter. Protect from frost.

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Monadenium guentheri
Sizes

Monadenium guentheri are easily propagated by cuttings. As you can see in the photo, they have pretty pinkish flowers. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch spring through summer. Keep dry in winter. In winter, I water just enough to keep the roots alive. Protect from frost.

Monadenium ritchiei
ssp. nymbayense


Sizes

Easy to grow, it spreads by underground shoots and forms large clumps with time and therefore requires a broader pot. Monadenium ritchiei due to its African origin cannot tolerate freezing temperature but should be able to handle 7 degrees C very easily. However, that species seems to hate being wet for any extended period and rot easily especially in winter if overwatered. Barely water when the weather is cold. Likes light shade. Propagate by seeds or cuttings.


Monadenium rubellum

This member of the Euphorbiaceae was given this name by Susan Carter in 1987. It is from the Machakos District of Kenya, a tropical part of Africa where it grows in a well drained soil and filtered sun. This species has a thick woody caudex from which arise thin, succulent, and striped stems. The leaves are obovate and succulent, and the cyathia are pink-red. The caudex will get up to 2.5 inches in diameter and the stems can reach a foot long. I water once a month November - March. Please click photo for complete information.

Monadenium spectabilis
Temporarily unavailable

Absolutely beautiful and more beautiful as they get bigger. Little water in winter. Spring summer growers.

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Monadenium spinescens
should have leaves by late June
6" pot $25

Spring summer grower. Very little water in winter. In the euphorbia family. Protect from frost.

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