Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens
Euphorbia ingens

Euphorbia ingens

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Euphorbia ingens

This plant is shown in a 6 inch pot. All of our plants are grown under the same conditions, although not all the plants are the same. You will receive a similar plant in size and shape to the ones in the pictures. Our plants are hand-picked and carefully selected to bring you the best quality possible. Please allow us up to 3 business days to process your order. If you wish to receive your order on a specific date, or have special instructions, please add a note at the checkout . The plant is shipped BARE ROOT.



Euphorbia ingens. It is native to dry areas of southern Africa. It is popularly known as the "candelabra tree", Is a tall succulent tree with green round-like branches resembling a balloon can grow up to 6–8 meters tall.
Its trunk is thick. Candelabrum stems have 5 ridges each and are 3,5–7,5 centimeters thick. Segmented sprouts are dark-green. Young sprouts have paired spines 0,5–2 millimeters long, often reflected. Small greenish yellow flowers sit on the ridges of the topmost segment. The plant blooms from autumn to winter. A red round 3-lobed capsule fruit turns purple when ripened.

The plant’s flowers are attractive for butterflies, bees and other insects, which pollinate them when gathering pollen and nectar.

Seeds are edible for birds, who also like to make their nests in the branches of these trees. Particularly woodpeckers often use withered segments for this purpose.

This kind of candelabra tree is very unpretentious and thus can be grown both in gardens and rockeries. The plant prefers sun and needs little water to nourish.

 

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz