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Euphorbia caput medusae
Origin: Cape Town, South Africa
Flower: White
Description: An intriguing succulent with its serpent-like, green stems and short caudex that often is referred to as “Medusa’s head.” The plant grows under a foot tall and about 2-3 feet wide. In Cape Town, this Euphorbia species grows in rocky outcrops along the coast. Poisonous plant due its white sap or juice inside the stems. Suitable as a groundcover or great as an unique container plant.
Sun: Full sun to filtered light
Water: Drought tolerant, water only when soil is dry.
Frost: 15-20 °F

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