Euphorbia pseudoglobosa is a dwarf spineless succulent that looks like a cactus, eventually forming a subterranean caudex (often lifted up into view in cultivation for looks) It is a slow growing long lived plant and once established, it will be content in its position and with its soil for years. The plant can be reproduced by seeds sown during spring or summer, cuttings and division of larger clumps.
Common names: False Globose Spurge, False Globose Euphorbia
Sun exposure: Full sun/tolerates moderate shade
Origin: South Africa
Growth habits: stems up to 20 cm in diameter/caudex up to 8.5 long 4.5 cm thick/
Watering needs : Water sparingly during the summer months and keep dry in winter.
Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz
|Blooming Season||Late winter/early spring|
|Common Name||False globose spurge|
|Frost Tolerance||32f (0°c)|
|Growth Rate||Slow growth|
|Hardiness Zone||10b to 11|
|Scientific Name||Euphorbia pseudoglobosa|
|Shape||dwarf spineless succulent|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun to light shade|
Very nice plant. Mine looks much greener than the specimen pictured. Hopefully it will attain the purplish coloring with time. Other than that, it is large, healthy and arrived undamaged due to their superior packaging.
Packing great all plants arrived beautiful