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Euphorbia ( Yellow – Red )

499.00

Euphorbia ( Yellow – Red )

499.00

Description

The Crown of Thorns plant is one of the rare succulents capable of blooming almost year-round.

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia ( Yellow – Red ) – Succulent Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Bright-green leaves grow along its thick, thorny stems. Lower leaves naturally fall off as the plant ages. If your plant gets too tall and leggy, you can prune it back by half its size in spring. This will cause it to branch out.

New stems will grow from below where the pruning cuts were made, making this succulent bushy and full. Euphorbia includes annuals, perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees that have a corrosive and poisonous milky sap. Many are succulent and can either be thorny or unarmed. The deciduous leaves can either be alternate, opposite, or in whorls. All spurges produce unisexual flowers. Its flowers are actually bracts that last for several weeks and are available in bright pink, red, white, or yellow. Today’s hybrids produce more — even bigger — flowers than ever before. Spring and summer are usually the best seasons for an abundance of blooms. Crown of Thorns flower dependably when they get enough light. They’re easy to grow and drought-tolerant, preferring slightly dry, sandy soil. This succulent stores water in its thick stems just like a cactus, so it can be watered less frequently than other house plants. If its leaves turn yellow and fall off, cut back on the watering.

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Euphorbia (Ivory White)

499.00

Euphorbia (Ivory White)

499.00

Description

The Crown of Thorns plant is one of the rare succulents capable of blooming almost year-round.

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia (Ivory White) – Succulent Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Bright-green leaves grow along its thick, thorny stems. Lower leaves naturally fall off as the plant ages. If your plant gets too tall and leggy, you can prune it back by half its size in spring. This will cause it to branch out.

New stems will grow from below where the pruning cuts were made, making this succulent bushy and full.Euphorbia includes annuals, perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees that have a corrosive and poisonous milky sap. Many are succulent and can either be thorny or unarmed. The deciduous leaves can either be alternate, opposite, or in whorls. All spurges produce unisexual flowers. Its flowers are actually bracts that last for several weeks and are available in bright pink, red, white, or yellow. Today’s hybrids produce more — even bigger — flowers than ever before. Spring and summer are usually the best seasons for an abundance of blooms. Crown of Thorns flower dependably when they get enough light. They’re easy to grow and drought-tolerant, preferring slightly dry, sandy soil. This succulent stores water in its thick stems just like a cactus, so it can be watered less frequently than other house plants. If its leaves turn yellow and fall off, cut back on the watering.

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Euphorbia (Peach – Red)

399.00

Euphorbia (Peach – Red)

399.00

Description

The Crown of Thorns plant is one of the rare succulents capable of blooming almost year-round.

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia (Peach – Red) – Succulent Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Bright-green leaves grow along its thick, thorny stems. Lower leaves naturally fall off as the plant ages. If your plant gets too tall and leggy, you can prune it back by half its size in spring. This will cause it to branch out.

New stems will grow from below where the pruning cuts were made, making this succulent bushy and full.Euphorbia includes annuals, perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees that have a corrosive and poisonous milky sap. Many are succulent and can either be thorny or unarmed. The deciduous leaves can either be alternate, opposite, or in whorls. All spurges produce unisexual flowers. Its flowers are actually bracts that last for several weeks and are available in bright pink, red, white, or yellow. Today’s hybrids produce more — even bigger — flowers than ever before. Spring and summer are usually the best seasons for an abundance of blooms. Crown of Thorns flower dependably when they get enough light. They’re easy to grow and drought-tolerant, preferring slightly dry, sandy soil. This succulent stores water in its thick stems just like a cactus, so it can be watered less frequently than other house plants. If its leaves turn yellow and fall off, cut back on the watering.

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Euphorbia (Pink – Green)

499.00

Euphorbia (Pink – Green)

499.00

Description

Crown of Thorns plant is one of the rare succulents capable of blooming almost year-round.

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia (Pink – Green) – Succulent Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Bright-green leaves grow along its thick, thorny stems. Lower leaves naturally fall off as the plant ages. If your plant gets too tall and leggy, you can prune it back by half its size in spring. This will cause it to branch out.

New stems will grow from below where the pruning cuts were made, making this succulent bushy and full.Euphorbia includes annuals, perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees that have a corrosive and poisonous milky sap. Many are succulent and can either be thorny or unarmed. The deciduous leaves can either be alternate, opposite, or in whorls. All spurges produce unisexual flowers. Its flowers are actually bracts that last for several weeks and are available in bright pink, red, white, or yellow. Today’s hybrids produce more — even bigger — flowers than ever before. Spring and summer are usually the best seasons for an abundance of blooms. Crown of Thorns flower dependably when they get enough light. They’re easy to grow and drought-tolerant, preferring slightly dry, sandy soil. This succulent stores water in its thick stems just like a cactus, so it can be watered less frequently than other house plants. If its leaves turn yellow and fall off, cut back on the watering.

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Euphorbia (Red)

299.00

Euphorbia (Red)

299.00

Description

The Crown of Thorns plant is one of the rare succulents capable of blooming almost year-round.

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia (Red) – Succulent Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Bright-green leaves grow along its thick, thorny stems. Lower leaves naturally fall off as the plant ages. If your plant gets too tall and leggy, you can prune it back by half its size in spring. This will cause it to branch out.

New stems will grow from below where the pruning cuts were made, making this succulent bushy and full.Euphorbia includes annuals, perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees that have a corrosive and poisonous milky sap. Many are succulent and can either be thorny or unarmed. The deciduous leaves can either be alternate, opposite, or in whorls. All spurges produce unisexual flowers. Its flowers are actually bracts that last for several weeks and are available in bright pink, red, white, or yellow. Today’s hybrids produce more — even bigger — flowers than ever before. Spring and summer are usually the best seasons for an abundance of blooms. Crown of Thorns flower dependably when they get enough light. They’re easy to grow and drought-tolerant, preferring slightly dry, sandy soil. This succulent stores water in its thick stems just like a cactus, so it can be watered less frequently than other house plants. If its leaves turn yellow and fall off, cut back on the watering.

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Euphorbia (Yellow)

259.00

Euphorbia (Yellow)

259.00

Description

The Crown of Thorns plant is one of the rare succulents capable of blooming almost year-round.

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia (Yellow) – Succulent Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Bright-green leaves grow along its thick, thorny stems. Lower leaves naturally fall off as the plant ages. If your plant gets too tall and leggy, you can prune it back by half its size in spring. This will cause it to branch out.

New stems will grow from below where the pruning cuts were made, making this succulent bushy and full. Euphorbia includes annuals, perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees that have a corrosive and poisonous milky sap. Many are succulent and can either be thorny or unarmed. The deciduous leaves can either be alternate, opposite, or in whorls. All spurges produce unisexual flowers. Its flowers are actually bracts that last for several weeks and are available in bright pink, red, white, or yellow. Today’s hybrids produce more — even bigger — flowers than ever before. Spring and summer are usually the best seasons for an abundance of blooms. Crown of Thorns flower dependably when they get enough light. They’re easy to grow and drought-tolerant, preferring slightly dry, sandy soil. This succulent stores water in its thick stems just like a cactus, so it can be watered less frequently than other house plants. If its leaves turn yellow and fall off, cut back on the watering.

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Euphorbia ingens

249.00

Euphorbia ingens

249.00

Description

The Euphorbia ingens also called the candelabra tree. Very easy growing can grow up to 5feet of height-have them at 1feet height

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia ingens – Succulent Plant
2 3 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

The Euphorbia ingens, also called the candelabra tree, the cowboy cactus and the good luck cactus is a spiny, succulent plant that features cactus-like, segmented arms growing from a single trunk, with bright yellow blossoms on the tips of its branches in late spring.

A native of the East Indies and Africa, euphorbia adapts well to life as a houseplant, and maybe set out in summer and brought inside before the first hint of frost. However, this is an extremely poisonous plant, and the milky latex can cause blisters on the skin and even blindness if it touches the eyes. It should only be grown where it is out of reach to both children and pets.

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Euphorbia milli (Red)

299.00

Euphorbia milli (Red)

299.00

Description

Crown of Thorns plant is one of the rare succulents capable of blooming almost year-round.

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia milli (Red) – Succulent Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Bright-green leaves grow along its thick, thorny stems. Lower leaves naturally fall off as the plant ages. If your plant gets too tall and leggy, you can prune it back by half its size in spring. This will cause it to branch out.

New stems will grow from below where the pruning cuts were made, making this succulent bushy and full.Euphorbia includes annuals, perennial herbs, shrubs, and trees that have a corrosive and poisonous milky sap. Many are succulent and can either be thorny or unarmed. The deciduous leaves can either be alternate, opposite, or in whorls. All spurges produce unisexual flowers. Its flowers are actually bracts that last for several weeks and are available in bright pink, red, white, or yellow. Today’s hybrids produce more — even bigger — flowers than ever before. Spring and summer are usually the best seasons for an abundance of blooms. Crown of Thorns flower dependably when they get enough light. They’re easy to grow and drought-tolerant, preferring slightly dry, sandy soil. This succulent stores water in its thick stems just like a cactus, so it can be watered less frequently than other house plants. If its leaves turn yellow and fall off, cut back on the watering

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Euphorbia neriifolia

249.00

Euphorbia neriifolia

249.00

Description

Euphorbia neriifolia – Plant

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Euphorbia tithymaloides, Pedilanthus (Variegated)

249.00

Description

Grow variegated succulent subshrub for sunny indoor areas.

Sr Item name
1 Euphorbia tithymaloides, Pedilanthus (Variegated) – Succulent Plant
2 5 inch (13 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)

Euphorbia tithymaloides is a popular, erect, perennial, succulent; it grows up to 8 feet tall. The leaf is oval, slightly glossy, variegated, medium green, and white-edged. They flank the zig-zag stems to resemble a crooked backbone with ribs.