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Image of Euphorbia antisyphilitica photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Candelilla)

This fine textured succulent thrives in the world’s driest places, offering a unique component to desert landscape design. While the majority of Euphorbia species are native to southern Africa, this is a rare example of a New World plant. Its range is limited, from Texas south into Mexico, preferring rises and low foothill locations where soils are poor and drainage is extreme. The plant is composed of slender pale green stems narrower in diameter than a pencil, growing knee high. These...

Image of Euphorbia cotinifolia photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Caribbean Copper, Cotinus-leaved Spurge, Mexican Red Spurge)

The robust dark red foliage of Caribbean copper makes a terrific accent for gardens in warm climates. A tender woody shrub to small tree from Central and South America, it becomes deciduous in winter only if weather becomes very cool and dry. The leaves are rounded or oval in shape, colored a powdery deep red with tones of copper. During the warm months the stem tips will display small clusters of white flowers. The bark is light gray and smooth, and if cut, will exude milky latex that may be a skin...

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Environmental Horticulture Dept. University of Florida

(Cotinus-leaved Spurge)

The robust dark red foliage of Caribbean copper makes a terrific accent for gardens in warm climates. A tender woody shrub to small tree from Central and South America, it becomes deciduous in winter only if weather becomes very cool and dry. The leaves are rounded or oval in shape, colored a powdery deep red with tones of copper. During the warm months the stem tips will display small clusters of white flowers. The bark is light gray and smooth, and if cut, will exude milky latex that may be a skin...

Image of Euphorbia ingens photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Cactus Spurge, Candelabra Tree)

Named for its rounded crown of elaborately branched stems, candelabra tree is a bold, architectural plant for landscapes in arid, frost-free regions. This large, tree-sized succulent superficially resembles a cactus, but is not actually related. It is native to the warm, dry grasslands of southern Africa.

Candelabra tree bears needle-like barbs which are borne on vertical ridges that divide its thick, upright branches into four or five segments. Small, yellow-green flowers appear at the ends...

Image of Euphorbia leucocephala photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Little Christmas Flower, Snow Flake, White Lace Euphorbia)

"Sweet like honey" describes the scent of the tiny flowers of the little Christmas flower in late fall and early winter. A frost-tender evergreen shrub native to Mexico and Central America, it looks like an oval snowball when in bloom. As with other members of the spurge family, a milky sap exudes from broken leaves or stems.

The leaves are narrow ovals and are medium green with a hint of blue-green. A leaf underside is lighter green. In late fall the branch tips bear many tiny fragrant flowers...

Image of Euphorbia milii photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Crown-of-Thorns)

This thorny plant has some of the showiest flowers of all the Euphorbias. A native of Madagascar, crown-of-thorns is a tropical, succulent shrub that stays evergreen year-round where hardy. From spring to late summer it produces many flowers with two showy bracts that are most typically scarlet red. Cultivars with orange, pink, white or creamy yellow bracts are also available.

Highly drought tolerant, this tough tropical requires full sun and can tolerate average to poor soil with good drainage....

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Mark A. Miller

(Crown-of-Thorns)

This thorny plant has some of the showiest flowers of all the Euphorbias. A native of Madagascar, crown-of-thorns is a tropical, succulent shrub that stays evergreen year-round where hardy. From spring to late summer it produces many flowers with two showy bracts that are most typically scarlet red. Cultivars with orange, pink, white or creamy yellow bracts are also available.

Highly drought tolerant, this tough tropical requires full sun and can tolerate average to poor soil with good drainage....

(Crown-of-Thorns, Short and Sweet Crown-of-Thorns)

Selected for its dwarf size and free-flowering habit, ‘Short and Sweet’ delivers an almost continual display of showy, bright red flowers. This patented cultivar originated from seedlings of Euphorbia milii ‘Tricolor’. The species is a thorny, succulent, semi-evergreen shrub native to Madagascar, commonly known as crown of thorns.

‘Short and Sweet’ forms a compact, rounded dome of thick, glossy, spoon-shaped leaves borne on branched, thorny stems. Its brilliant blooms are displayed...

Image of Euphorbia milii

John Rickard

(Crown-of-Thorns)

This thorny plant has some of the showiest flowers of all the Euphorbias. A native of Madagascar, crown-of-thorns is a tropical, succulent shrub that stays evergreen year-round where hardy. From spring to late summer it produces many flowers with two showy bracts that are most typically scarlet red. Cultivars with orange, pink, white or creamy yellow bracts are also available.

Highly drought tolerant, this tough tropical requires full sun and can tolerate average to poor soil with good drainage....

Image of Euphorbia milii

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Crown-of-Thorns, Pretty Pink Crown-of-Thorns)

This thorny plant has some of the showiest flowers of all the Euphorbias. A native of Madagascar, crown-of-thorns is a tropical, succulent shrub that stays evergreen year-round where hardy. From spring to late summer it produces many flowers with two showy bracts that are most typically scarlet red. Cultivars with orange, pink, white or creamy yellow bracts are also available.

Highly drought tolerant, this tough tropical requires full sun and can tolerate average to poor soil with good drainage....