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Where it grows
Euphorbia pugniformis is native to the Eastern and Western Cape provinces of South Africa.
This crested Euphorbia has a wave-like growth form that grows into large, attractive clumps with time. It may produce the occasional normal stem.
Euphorbia pugniformis prefers full sun and should not be kept in shade. The soil medium should be well draining, and preferably include both organic material and gritty components. Water well in summer, taking care not to water on top of the plant, as water may get stuck on the crested stems and cause rot. Give it much less water during the cooler months.
Spring and summer.
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These Huernia zebrina have bright yellow variegation tinting their stems in blotches. Some stems may be fully variegated.
These petite Echeveria sport blue-green leaves interspersed with cream coloured variegation.
These Adromischus sport blue-gray leaves with dark green spots arranged randomly. Older plants may form a caudex with age.
This Euphorbia is often grown with the attractive tuberous caudex sticking out above the soil, giving the plant a 'fat bonsai' appearance.
- Cecilia H
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