Euphorbia Fruticosa Inermis. 

The Euphorbia Horrida is a shrubby variety of succulent resembling a cactus, which can often be quite variable. Beautiful sea green stems which are deeply ridged with between 10-13 ribs can be undulated. Branching from the base occurs to produce stunning symmetrical mounds. Small spines are found on young stems but as they mature are mostly lost. From October to March tiny flowers with colourful bright yellow bracts are produced. Perfect for Cacti enthusiasts and makes a great houseplant, but be aware the sap is toxic if ingested. Very difficult to find for sale in the UK


These are amazing quality Large Cacti. Photos 1-2 show some of the actual cactus plants coming into stock from mid March 2021. Limited availability. Please Note: Heights stated include pot sizes.


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  • Latin Name: Euphorbia Fruticosa Inermis.

    Origin: South Africa.

    Hardiness: Hardy down to -4 degrees if roots are kept dry.

    Growth Characteristics:  Very undemanding succulent shrub. Sea green stems deeply ridged with 10-13 ribs become symmetrical mounds. Small spines on new growth mostly lost as they mature. Very tiny yellow flowers on the ribs at the top of the stems. Easy to grow. Slow growing. Sap is toxic if ingested.

    Sun: Full sun/partial shade.

    Exposure: Sheltered.

    Soil: Well drained soil. Gritty. 

    Moisture: Water more in summer and during growing period. Allow to dry between waterings. Keep dry in winter.

    Feeding: Feed with half strength balanced liquid feed at the beginning of the growing season.

  • Pre-Order Now For Delivery From Mid March.


    All palms have been imported with phytosanitary certificates from top quality growers.