Contains toxic parts
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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.
Sandy – Large particles that feel dry and gritty and can't hold water.
Clay – The smallest soil particles which retain water well and feels sticky when wet and smooth when dry.
Fertile Loam – The soil type that we all love! It contains silt, sand and clay.
A plant that can grow outside in all conditions except severe frost.
All parts of the plant are toxic if ingested and the milky sap is an irritant to the skin.