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Name: Euphorbia flanaganii
African Snakes, Medusa’s Head
Origin: South Africa
Flower: Yellow
Growth: An exotic succulent with snake-like stems that grows up to 8 inches tall and spreads to 10 inches wide. When transplanting into a larger container or into the ground, handle the branches with care. All Euphorbias contain a poisonous, sticky white juice.
Care: Water about once every ten days in the summer and twice a month in the winter.
Required Lighting: Full sun to filtered light
Frost Tolerance: 35 °F

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