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  • African Cathedral Plant

    Euphorbia heterochroma

    Introducing the African Cathedral Plant, a remarkable member of the diverse Euphorbia plant genus. With over 5000 species to its name, Euphorbia offers a world of captivating botanical wonders. Originating from Tanzania, the African Cathedral Plant carries a rich history of traditional medicinal use, where it was employed to treat a variety of ailments, ranging…

  • African Milk Barrel

    Euphorbia pseudocactus

    Euphorbia pseudocactus, colloquially known as the African Milk Barrel, is a visually striking succulent native to South Africa. This plant exhibits a cactus-like appearance with segmented columnar stems densely covered in spines. The stems often grow in clusters, lending the plant a bushy appearance. Its greenish-gray hue contrasts starkly with the dark spines, making it…

  • African Milk Bush

    Euphorbia umbellata

    Euphorbia umbellata, commonly referred to as the African Milk Bush, is a succulent that originates from Africa. Its appearance is characterized by long, slender branches that sprout from the base, giving it an almost tree-like stature. The green stems are covered in petite leaves that tend to cluster towards the tips. As with many members…

  • African Milk Tree ‘green’

    Euphorbia trigona

    This evergreen succulent has a traditional cactus appearance and can grow to almost 3 metres tall. Originating in Namibia, it’s actually part of the Poinsettia family, though you’d never tell from looks alone– Its flowers are typically white and pale yellow. The stems are dark green and triangular in section and grow practically upright, each…

  • African Milk Tree ‘Red’

    Euphorbia trigona rubra

    Introducing the African Milk Tree ‘Red’, a striking variation of the Euphorbia trigona. This cactus-like succulent is a low-maintenance and resilient plant, making it an ideal choice for both beginner and seasoned gardeners. With its vibrant red coloration, it adds a unique touch to any garden or window display. Originating from West Africa, this succulent…

  • Beached Octopus

    Euphorbia cylindrifolia

    A highly collectible variety of succulent “bonsai”, this distinctive plant is listed as critically endangered in the wild but is increasingly popular with cactophiles and bonsai growers. A dwarf, cushion-forming succulent featuring rosettes of snaky stems arising out of a short caudex, its leaves are dark reddish-brown and fleshy. From its original habitat in Madagascan…

  • Big Octopus Arms

    Monadenium stapelioides

    A beautiful succulent perennial herb which produces many multi-coloured stems, branching at the base of a large, fleshy rootstock to form a domed cushion up to 60 cm wide. Triangular-shaped leaves are light green with hints of pinkish-purple stripes in bright light. Stems are cylindrical and upright to begin with before hanging down and are…

  • Candelabra Euphorbia

    Euphorbia cooperi

    A succulent tree-like shrub native to South Africa where it can reach massive heights, but is cultivated for use as an ornamental in succulent gardens or rock gardens. Its swollen looking branches are divided into triangular shaped segments and grow upwards and outwards resembling a huge candelabra. It has no visible leaves, or very inconspicuous…

  • Candelabra Spurge

    Euphorbia lactea

    Tall, multi-branched spiny and shiny looking shrub which can become quite tall. Dark green in colour, stems are erect, ridged and constricted into segments. Rudimentary reddish leaves, but has ornamental whitish-green marbled markings on branches. Very easy to care for. Needs a little care to establish itself, but then remains very self-sufficient, though it does…

  • Cat’s Tail Euphorbia

    Euphorbia alluaudii subsp. oncoclada

    A wonderful statement plant in landscaping thanks to its architectural qualities, this spineless columnar succulent is native to the tropical dry forests of southern Central and Southern Madagascar. It is shrub forming, tree-like and has highly segmented, cylindrical, spineless stems, sometimes likened to a string of sausages. Most of its branches rise from the base…

  • Centipede plant

    Pedilanthus tithymaloides

    A unusual perennial succulent spurge which resembles a ladder. Euphorbia tithymaloides is native to tropical and subtropical North America and Central America. This plant is very easy care once established, and can even be neglected. As it loves warmth, provide it with lots of sun and well-draining soil. Attracts hummingbirds. NOTE: Euphorbia’s are for ornamental…

  • Clivicola

    Euphorbia clivicola

    Euphorbia clivicola, is a succulent perennial plant belonging to the Euphorbiaceae family. It is native to rocky cliffs and slopes in the Drakensberg Mountains of South Africa. This species typically grows up to 30 cm tall and forms compact, cushion-like clusters. The plant has fleshy, grey-green stems with small, narrow leaves. Notable features include unique…

  • Copper Naked Lady

    Euphorbia phosphorea 'copper'

    A highly interesting house plant originating from Brazil, the so-called “Naked Lady” shrub forms a small tree with a short trunk divided into ribbed branches which form an attractive crown shape. The name of this Euphorbia relates to a peculiar phosphorescent light that it can emit at night. Enjoyed as a container plant or houseplant,…

  • Corn Cob Spurge

    Euphorbia mammillaris

    Indian Corn Cob, Corn Cob Plant, Corncob Euphorbia, Corncob Cactus, Corn Cob Spurge; Also known as the Indian Corn Cob for their distinctly edible shape, these hail from the Cape Province of South Africa, and are a succulent which forms a dense cluster featuring many tiny-leaved deep green branches. This is an easy to grow,…

  • Coromandel Cacti

    Euphorbia nivulia cristata

    Euphorbia nivulia cristata, while sometimes referred to under the umbrella term “Coromandel Cacti”, is a unique and intriguing succulent. Hailing from the Euphorbia family, it doesn’t belong to the true cactus family but shares several resemblances. Characterised by its fleshy, green stems that exhibit a fascinating crested formation, the Euphorbia nivulia cristata has an undulating,…

  • Cow’s Horn

    Euphorbia grandicornis

    Cow’s Horn, Big Horned Spurge; There’s more than 3000 species of Euphorbia, hailing from Madagascar, from low-growing succulents to woody shrubs to trees. Cow’s Horn is an upright multi-stemmed succulent shrub which can grow enormous – up to 2m wide and 2m tall, sometimes collapsing under its own weight. This ornamental bushy plant is Native…