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Euphorbia

(Pithecellobium Tortum)
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General Info

They can be found all across Africa, Madagascar, Australia, and the South Pacific in pockets of tropical climates
Species can vary from annual to perennial, herbaceous shrubs to mature trees, featuring either sharp spikes or soft, velvety foliage
They generate milky white latex sap to aid in healing wounds and safeguard themselves from herbivores

Watering

It's crucial to note that these plants do not appreciate being consistently wet and only need minimal watering.
Excessive moisture can lead to root rot and fungal diseases. It's essential to allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings
It's advisable to wait until the soil is nearly bone dry before watering

Light Requirements

Euphorbia thrive in bright light, relishing a few hours of direct sunlight each day.
Optimal placement involves positioning them in the brightest areas available, preferably near south or west-facing windows
While they can tolerate some direct light, their skin is more delicate than that of cacti, take careful consideration of their light exposure

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Tropicals

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Bonsai

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Cacti & Succulent

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Air-plants

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