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Euphorbia Resinifera. Moroccan Mound Plant.

The Euphorbia Resinifera is a shrubby variety of succulent resembling a cactus which rapidly suckers to form attractive cushion shaped clumps. Erect stems are 4 sided, light green to glaucous blue in colour, with brown short, sharp spines spaced about 1cm apart along their margins and near their rounded tips. Small yellow flowers appear in late winter to early spring. Perfect for Cacti enthusiasts and makes a great houseplant, but be aware the latex sap is toxic if ingested. Very difficult to find for sale at this size in the UK


These are amazing quality Large Cacti. Photos 1-4 show some of the actual succulent Plants in stock now. Limited availability. Please Note: Heights stated include pot sizes.


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SKU: ERc50
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  • Latin Name: Euphorbia Resinifera.

    Common Name: Moroccan Mound Plant. Moroccan Mound Spurge. Resin Spurge

    Origin: Morocco.

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

    Growth Characteristics:  Relatively fast growing succulent shrub. Tight clumps of upright 4 sided stems light green to glaucous blue in colour depending on light intensity. Short brown, sharp spines, along the rib margins and near rounded tips. Very small yellow flowers. Easy to grow.  Latex sap is toxic if ingested and a skin irritant.

    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.

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

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