Euphorbia flavicoma grow and care – succulent shrub of the genus Euphorbia also known as Spurge plant, Euphorbia flavicoma perennial evergreen used as ornamental plant, can grow in mediterranean, subtropics climate and grow in hardiness 7-10.
Leaves color green in oval shape, the leaves grow in circular growth.
Euphorbia flavicoma flower
Flower color green-yellowish with 2 petals the bracts makes round or heart shape the flowers grow in clusters.
Euphorbia flavicoma for sale – Seeds or Plants to Buy VIDEO How to grow Euphorbia flavicoma growing and care:
Well-drained, more than -3 C
What is the best way to start growing? Plant / Seed / Vegetative Reproduction Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction? No Difficulties or problems when growing: Poisonous Spring / Summer / Autumn Recommended planting season? Aphids Pests and diseases: All year Pruning season: How to prune: Just for design 10-50 cm, 4-20 inches Size of the plant: Growth speed in optimal condition: Medium growing / Slow growing Small amount of water / Average amount of water Water requirement: Light conditions in optimal condition for growing: Full Sun / Half shade No Is it possible to grow indoor as houseplant? Growing is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers: Yes Blooming information Spring Bloom season: General information about the flower Green-yellowish flower with 2 petals the bracts makes round or heart shape the flowers grow in clusters. Scientific name:
Categories of growing
Autumn Planting, Spring Planting, Summer planting
Light exposure requirements:
Full sun Plants, Part shade Plants
Climates that the plant can grow:
Desert Climate, Mediterranean Climate, Subtropics Climate
Growing speed of the plant:
Average growing plants, Slow growing plants
Evergreen, Perennial plant, Shrub, Succulent
Requirements for watering the plant:
Regularly water, Small amounts of water
Hardiness zone 10, Hardiness zone 7, Hardiness zone 8, Hardiness zone 9
Ornamental flower, Ornamental leaves, Ornamental plant
Green flower, Yellow flower