Euphorbia: Identification, plant Growth and reproduction

Learn about the plant

Euphorbia is a genus around 2000 types of annuals, biennials, evergreen, semi-evergreen, or herbaceous perennials, deciduous or evergreen subshrubs, shrubs and trees, and succulents, from your warm, or exotic and subtropical territories. Euphorbias are frequently incorrectly recognized for cacti because of the columnar condition and spines. They can be succulents like cacti but besides, usually, have foliage. There are two popular varieties of Euphorbia, woody-stemmed plants like poinsettias and crown of thorns, along with the easy cacti – like Euphorbias.

Plant growth conditions

Average ambiance from spring to autumn – lowest 50F in the wintertime.Semi-hue or dazzling light-weight. Some hues in the summer season might be needed.

Maintain rich compost wet in any way time. During winter h2o very infrequently. No reason to mist the foliage.

Plant reproduction

Consider stem cuttings.