Euphorbia Trigona Rubra – African Milk Tree

£13.00

Named the Milk Tree, firstly due to its toxic white sap that oozes out similarly to milk, but also because they can grow as high as an English Oak Tree in their natural climate. Their enthusiastic growth means that they get huge in no time.

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Euphorbia Care 

Named the Milk Tree, firstly due to its toxic white sap that oozes out similarly to milk, but also because they can grow as high as an English Oak Tree in their natural climate. Their enthusiastic growth means that they get huge in no time.

Light: Indirect sun to partial shade.

Water: As a rule, treat this plant like you would a cacti, they prefer less water and less frequently. If they have been over-watered the stems will turn yellow and start to rot. 

Temperature: Warm, sunny and dry. 

Humidity: They like a dry atmosphere, a living room or bedroom, even a sunny conservatory. 

Feed: Use the recommended dose on the feed of your choosing for succulents.

Care Tips: Wipe the leaves occasionally to remove accumulated dust and water marks, trim off old dying stems to keep the plant tidy.

Toxicity: Toxic- Dogs and Cats – Children.

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