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This lovely plant will be a great gift for any plant enthusiast, they look amazing in any room and they are easy to look after, also available with the grey pot just drop me a message.
If you would like this item sent directly to someone as a gift please contact us straight after ordering with the delivery address, I can add a gift note inside the box too, just let me know what you would like me to add for you.
Euphorbia trigona is a an easy care succulent that originates from West Africa. It makes a fascinating architectural addition to room designs, with it’s upright stems and ridges of short-lived leaves and thorns.
Also known as the African milk tree because of the milky sap contained in the stems it makes an urban style statement.
Euphorbia trigona Care & Info Guide
Light: Prefers bright light. Direct sunlight is ok but take care to ensure this does not scorch the plant.
Water: Allow the soil to dry out before watering. Do not over water. Drought tolerant for short periods.
Temperature: Prefers it reasonably warm, ideally from 15-27°C. Keep out of draughts.
Plant - 35cm including pot
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plants leaves may have scaring, this is due to transportation. It does not effect the health of the plant and they can be removed as the plant grows.
All our plants are sent Royal Mail 1st Class
Pots are usually sent 2nd class but if you order both they will be dispatched 1st class.
The plant prefers dry soil conditions such as sands and thin, rocky soils, where its roots are never waterlogged.
Full Sun - At least 6–8 hours of sun per day
Partial Shade - At least 4–6 hours of dappled sun.
Grows up to 2.5m in height with a 1m spread. Takes 5 years to reach maturity.
Fertile Loam – The soil type that we all love! It contains silt, sand and clay.
Sandy – Large particles that feel dry and gritty and can't hold water.
This plant will not survive cold temperatures.
Euphorbia species release a caustic, poisonous milky sap containing latex that can be a skin and eye irritant and it can also cause stomach upset if consumed. Handle with care, the use of gloves is recommended.