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Pincushion Euphorbia Overview
Euphorbia ferox is an evergreen, succulent perennial plant from the Euphorbiaceae family. Commonly known by the name Pincushion Euphorbia, this plant originates from the Cape Province region of South Africa. Suits growing in a container, handle with care as the spines are fierce. Flowers are small and non-showy, coloured yellow. Grows well in bright sun and well-draining, sandy soil. Water sparingly and infrequently, particularly if growing indoors as a houseplant.
How to propagate Pincushion Euphorbia
You can propagate by basal cuttings in the spring or summer, by division in spring or early autumn.
Seeds in the autumn.
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