Euphorbia lactea ‘Cristata’

£16.99

The Euphorbia lacteal ‘Cristata’ is a species of spurge and has an unusual cactus-like appearance and is often called a Coral cactus, but this succulent plant is not really a cactus! The base of the plant has a tick stem and sharp spikes and on top is a rippled fan-shaped crown. It is made of two types of Euphorbias making it more unique. This decorative plant is popular among collectors of rare and distinctive plants. It is native to tropical Asia, particularly in India.

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Plant care

Pot size: 11cm - Height (including pot size): 32cm approx.

Bright, indirect light.

Water only when the soil is dry. Best method to use is the ‘soak and dry’. Avoid waterlogging the roots and give it extra attention during the hotter months. Water less in Winter.

Ideal temperatures are 15°C - 27°C.

Average UK household humidity levels are fine.

All members of the genus Euphorbia produce a milky sap called latex that is toxic and can range from a mild irritant to very poisonous. Avoid getting into your eyes or mouth and handle with care. Wash off immediately if in contact with skin. Not suitable for children or pets.

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