2", 2.5", 4" etc. reflects the width of the plastic container they are grown and shipped in.
Euphorbias range from tiny annual plants to large and long-lived trees. The genus has over or about 2,000 members, making it one of the largest genera of flowering plants. Euphorbias can reach 1 STORIES high and live for 100s of years!!~
******PLEASE READ****** As beautiful as these plants are: WARNING: The plants share the feature of having a poisonous, milky, white milky-like sap that is a serious eye and skin irritant to some people. We suggest always wearing gloves and eye protection when handling these gorgeous plants.[The genus may be described by properties of its members' gene sequences, or by the shape and form of its heads of flowers. Structures supporting the flower head and beneath have evolved to attract pollinators with nectar, and with shapes and colors that function the way petals and other flower parts do in other flowers. Order these euphorbias to make your cactus garden complete!!~
**Soil can get displaced during shipping, simply pinch the soil back into their containers, straighten their position and give a gentle drink/rinse of water.**
***size can vary based on stock, time of year, condition etc. But with care, they grow and pup and grow!!
People Love Our Euphorbias by James! Have a Read:
That picture does not do justice to the Medusa Head I received. I know YMMV with these things, but mine is such a stunner. Long tendrils in multi shades of green, reddish, purple, and yellow (all nice and firm), and little yellow flowers in the middle. Overflowing the pot. Spring is a good time to order plants, lol. The most showy of seasons.
All I ask is please, pleeease try to get variegated corn cobs back in stock, if possible. I'd really love to have that one too. Euphorbias are some of my favorites.
The Gold Tooth Aloe & Aloe Blue Elf arrived in xlnt condition - easily split both into 3 each and replanted. Hummingbirds frequent the Elf and the Gold is reddening as I have left it dry after replanting - both have added lovely color and variety to my cactus rock garden. I also got the Sugar Skull (Dia de los Muertos) and planted a Tanzania Zipper Euphorbia by James in it - I just call him Mr Zipperhead. He loves hanging out in the cactus garden.
I got a Medusa Head and a Variegated Indian Corn Cob Euphorbia from here (Thanks James!). Both plants were beautiful, healthy and unique. They are also a very nice size. The photos are they way they were when they arrived. They were packaged very well, and shipping was very fast. I will definitely be back for more!
This is an interesting cactus! I like it a ton and I’m glad I got it, great deal!
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