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Euphorbia didiereoides
Scientific Name: Euphorbia didiereoides Denis & Leandri
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Euphorbia  didiereoides Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 10-12

Frost Tolerance: Keep above 35F (2C)

Minimum Avg. Temperature: 60F (15C)

Sun Exposure: Half shade

Origin: Madagascar

Growth Habits: Deciduous shrub, up to 8 feet tall (2.5 m), with few branches, leaves up to 1.6 inches long (4 cm), with red border

Watering Needs: Moderate water in summer, little water in winter

Propagation: Seeds, cuttings

The Euphorbia didiereoides has very spiny, straight half woody branches coming from the base in an Ocotillo fashion. The strap like leaves fall on drought or cold spells.

Euphorbia  didiereoides

Blooming Habits:
Pale yellow cyathophylls.

Fruiting Habits:

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