Pine-cone Plant, Cone-Shaped Spurge, and Rabbit-Eared Spurge are some of the many names given to Euphorbia Bupleurifolia. This cone-shaped succulent grows up to 6 inches in height and belongs to the Euphorbiaceae family. The plant goes dormant in winter and is native to South Africa.
Euphorbia Bupleurifolia is slow growing but easy to cultivate. The good news is that once the plant does mature after years, the benefits gardeners reap are worth the wait.
Euphorbia Bupleurifolia grows yellow flowers that bloom from the middle of winter until the middle of summer.
Watering and Feeding
Pine-cone plant needs regular watering about once a week, especially during growing seasons. You can add a little bit of organic fertilizer to a young plant so that it grows healthily. Do this in its growing seasons.
For planting pine cones in pots, use alight and free-draining soil mixture. Since they can thrive in a variety of soils, just ensure that the soil is not full of moisture.
Keep in mind that the cone-shaped spurge has a hardiness zone of 9b to 11b. The succulent can withstand a minimum frosty temperature of -3.9°C.
Since this plant naturally grows in places that have plenty of direct sunlight, a minimum of 8 hours of light is a must. They can tolerate partial shade too.
The pine cone plant succulent can be propagated in two ways: seeds and stem cuttings. Stem cuttings are the easiest and quickest way to multiply your plants.
If you do purchase this plant, be all set to be stunned by its beauty. They will also repay you by becoming a unique indoor or outdoor showpiece, and impressing your guests!
Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz
|Common Name||Pine cone plant|
|Flower||Green to pink|
|Frost Tolerance||-3.8 °c|
|Growth Rate||Fast growth|
|Sun Exposure||Partial shade|
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