Euphorbia pseudoglobosa in handmade pot



The purchase of this includes the euphorbia pseudoglobosa + the handmade pottery by BackYardKiln. Pottery has one center drain hole.

Euphorbia pseudoglobosa is a dwarf spineless succulent that looks like a cactus, eventually forming a subterranean caudex (often lifted up into view in cultivation for looks). It forms thick mats of dwarf spineless segmented stems up to 8-in diameter.
Roots are Tuberous, merging into stem, forming an underground root (caudex).
Stem forms segmented branches from the caudiciform base which cluster at the tip. Segments globular to elongated, or finger-like. Rib with minute crowded tubercles.

Resembles Euphorbia globosa (hence the name).

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