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Euphorbia meridionalis
Scientific Name: Euphorbia meridionalis Bally & S. Carter
Synonym:
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Euphorbia  meridionalis Frost Tolerance: Need frost protection in Phoenix

Minimum Avg. Temperature: 60F (15C)

Heat Tolerance: Light shade

Sun Exposure: Light shade

Origin: Kenya, Tanzania.

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The Euphorbia meridionalis has thin, upright, square stems with a bluish tinge. The spines are single, forked at the tip. It is related to Euphorbia fluminis and Euphorbia glochidiata.

Euphorbia  meridionalis

Blooming Habits:
Cyathias bright red

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