Questions tagged [euphorbia]

A diverse genus of flowering plants commonly known as Spurge. Use it with questions about caring, propagating and identifying Euphorbias.

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Unidentified euphorbia turning yellow, how can i rescue it?

This is my first post and I have been looking on several forums where I can discuss plant queries. I have a couple of questions regarding a euphorbia cactus so please bear with me. I recently ...
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rescue for a rotting euphorbia

would like to save as much of the main trunk as possible, i already cut off about 12 various sized branches from the base .... this is where i’m considering to stop. does it look healthy enough? ...
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What is this Euphorbia succulent?

I bought this plant a while ago. The shop assistant wasn’t sure what it was, there was only one left, and all I got is that it’s a succulent. It’s not doing great, and I hope knowing what it is could ...
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Drainage question; tall, cylindrical pot vs stouter one

I recently repotted a Euphorbia Milii that hasn't been doing too well. I posted a question on the forum, and it seemed like the pot was too large. Specifically, I got this answer from a helpful forum ...
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Euphorbia milii (crown of thorns)

I am pretty new to keeping plants, and I have a Euphorbia Milii as a houseplant now sitting in a terracotta pot. I planted it in cactus soil, and I generally water it well, waiting for the soil to dry ...
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Can I kick rats out of the garden with a Euphorbia?

Today I heard that there is a Euphorbia which removes rats from vegetable gardens. Unfortunately I didn't get the specific name of the Euphorbia. Do you know what kind of Euphorbia it could be (I ...
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Concerns about my Euphorbia spiralis [closed]

My Euphorbia spiralis family has done well, even though I didn't know until I read it recently that I should have separated the first baby (now a big toddler) when it was small. I have two concerns: ...
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Euphorbia stems keep rotting in succession

I purchased an Euphorbia from IKEA last October. It was very robust in the beginning, but after being repotted multiple times it lost a lot of its vigour and some parts of died. I'm looking to ...
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Does an injured succulent require amputation?

Two or three days ago, while moving some plants, I dropped a cork cup holder onto one of my succulents (Euphorbia Enopla, pictured below). The fall caused some of the spines to come off, and the plant ...
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Should I fertilize a cactus showing etiolation?

I purchased a cactus from IKEA. It appears to be Euphorbia Pentagona or Euphorbia Enopla. The date on its pot makes me think it was repotted on December 14 2016, 4 days before I purchased it. On the ...