The Botanist Calgary
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There are thousands of different species of Euphorbia, each quite different and unique. Euphorbia mammillaris grows into an impressive clump of thin, spiny stems.
As with many other Euphorbia species, the latex from the plant is poisonous and can cause skin irritations. Despite it's thorny protection, it is best to keep it out of reach of animals!
SUN : Full sun
WATERING :Water thoroughly when the soil is completely dry
FLOWERING: Small, pink or yellow flowers
TOXICITY:Toxic to animals
GROWTH: Clumping, 1-2 feet
Origin : South Africa
Botanical name: Euphorbia mammillaris
Plants in pictures are examples only.
Grown in Canada
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