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I am not a professional nor an expert in Euphorbiaceae or Euphorbia taxonomy. Any help with ID and spelling are always welcome. To up-date my list I've been using many books, journals, catalogs and other web-sites. It's been helpful, but I have more work to do. I only ship to the main 48 States. We do offer 72+ hour heat packs for $3.00 each. Please read the front page for ordering information.

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  Euphorbia aeruginose major -  Euphorbia aeruginosa major is a larger form of a very decorative spiny, succulent, forming dwarf, shrubs and a subterranean caudex. Branches bluish-grey or brownish-green with many brownish spines. Branching occurs at or below ground level and above too. Its name, which means 'verdigris', refers to the coppery-green branches which have contrasting reddish-brown spines. Republic of South Africa. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. - @ $15.00 each

   Euphorbia alluaudii - The beautiful crested form (Euphorbia alluaudii f. criatata) is rare in collection and highly priced for its sculptural shape and glossy green epidermis. The crested form can also get very big making a spectacular specimen. Euphorbia alluaudii (Cat Tails Euphorbia) is a dioecious (exceptionnaly monoecious) succulent shrub or small tree made up of clusters of cylindrical, jointed, spineless branches. Most of its branches rise erectly from the base and then arch outwards to form a mass as wide as tall. It can ultimately reach to 4(-6) metres though in containers it more commonly grows to a modest 1.2-1.8 metres tall. South-west Madagascar. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2 @ $25.00 each

    Euphorbia antiquorum 'flat stem monstrose' - This is a strange one. I like the flat stems. It came to me years ago as Euphorbia antiquorum HBG. If I remember right the old friend that gave me his mother plant told me it came from John Trager of the Hunting Botanical Gardens. If anyone has any information about this plant please email me at Cactibud@cox.net. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots.  @ $15.00 each

     Euphorbia avasmontana - Came to me as Euphorbia avasmontana. These are nice size plants. Euphorbia avasmontana is a many-stemmed, spiny, columnar cactus-like succulents branching at the base, 2-2,5 m tall that can sucker to nearly as wide. It is one of many South African Euphorbias that at fist glance look a lot like each other. Very neat habit and makes a good specimen landscape plant in a xeriscape garden. Fairly widely scattered throughout South Africa on bolth sides of orange river, Namaqualand, Bushmanland and Namibia. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots. - @ $15.00 each  

     Euphorbia enopla 'inermis' - They will get a nice reddish-purple color when grown in good light. Euphorbia enopla is from South-western South Africa. Growing growing in 3 inch pots. - @ $13.00 each

   Euphorbia excelsa monstrose - Short stout trunks thickly populared with highly dividing ramours whorls branchlets with non-threatening tiny spine clusters along the routed to flatened stems. South Africa. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2 @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia fruticosa - This is a blue form of Euphorbia fruticose. Reddish spined. Small yellow cyathia (flowers) mosty in the spring. Will make a nice main stem coved in thick blue branch's. The origin is Yemen. Growing in well-drained stony, but deep soils and in the crevices of rock faces of hills and slopes. It occurs in open drought-deciduous shrubland and is widely diffused throughout drylands and it is often dominant. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. - @ $13.00 each

   Euphorbia leontopoda monstrose/crest - This is a monstrose/cresting form of Euphorbia leontopoda. Shrublet, weakly erect to 50 cm high, with spreading succulent branches from a large, fleshy, tuberous root. Branches (3–)5–6-angled, deeply winged and deeply constricted into segments to 5 cm long, 6 cm wide; angles prominently toothed, with teeth to 2 cm apart at the broadest basal part of the segments, much closer and less prominent towards the constrictions. Spine-shields joined to form a continuous horny margin along the angles; spine-pairs robust, 1–3.5 cm long, or much shorter at the constrictions; prickles vestigial; flowering eye 2–8 mm above the base of the spines, flanked by a pair of secondary spines 1–5 mm long.  Seeds subglobose, 3 x 2.8 mm, smooth, buff, finely speckled. Somalian. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $15.00 each

   Euphorbia lignosa - A dwarf densely much-branched bush. Main stem very stout, somewhat globose at the crown from which the branches arise, descending as a thick carrot-shaped root. When I had my old mother plant I keep it pruned and the main stem became very thick. It made a nice looking bonsai succulent. Namaqualand. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - 1 @ $40.00 Sold

     Euphorbia malevola crest/monstrose - Cresting twisting bluish-gray stems with black spines. One of my favorite Euphorbias. Really cool plant. Origin: Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pot. - 4 views - #1m @ $30.00 

Note: I use my IPhone to take my photos. Over the years I noticed it doesn't do pinks and reddish colors well. Always come out to red or washed out. I try to descried the color in my own words. If you want succulent plants that will give you lots of color you might want to try some Euphorbia milii type plants. Mine are grown the the greenhouse till the weather is safe to put them back outdoors. They do best if given some light shade in the hot afternoon. Try them you will like them!

  Euphorbia milii 'Jerry's Choice' - It's one of my favorite Euphorbia milii type plants. Will grow to 2 feet tall dome shaped with dark reddish pink flowers, purple leaf color and reddish purple growing tips. The one in the photo are waking up from there winter rest. If you want color in your plant collection you can't go wrong with Euphobia milii type plants. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $18.00 each

Euphorbia milii 'Poysean' Thai Hybrid - Doudle Peach Flowers - Thai Hybrid Crown of Thorns are known by several common names in Thailand, there is no formal or reliable nomenclature, and they are typically sold by color in the United States. Mature size is about 2 to 3 feet . It is very rewarding and easy grow, having many versatile uses as a perennial bedding plant, borders, or can be grown as a potted plant indefinitely. Makes a great gift for a gardener of any skill level. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia milii 'Poysean' Thai Hybrid - These are cuttings are from a crested plant with light pink flowers that will turn to a dark pink. Some of these cuttings have made crest. Thai Hybrid Crown of Thorns are known by several common names in Thailand, there is no formal or reliable nomenclature, and they are typically sold by color in the United States. Mature size is about 2 to 3 feet . It is very rewarding and easy grow, having many versatile uses as a perennial bedding plant, borders, or can be grown as a potted plant indefinitely. Makes a great gift for a gardener of any skill level. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots.- left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia milii 'Poysean' Thai Hybrid - Yellow Blush flowers with a twitted to the spine growth. Thai Hybrid Crown of Thorns are known by several common names in Thailand, there is no formal or reliable nomenclature, and they are typically sold by color in the United States. Mature size is about 2 to 3 feet . It is very rewarding and easy grow, having many versatile uses as a perennial bedding plant, borders, or can be grown as a potted plant indefinitely. Makes a great gift for a gardener of any skill level. Growing in 4 1/2 pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia milii 'Poysean' Thai Hybrid - Pink to Red flowers with thick stems. Thai Hybrid Crown of Thorns are known by several common names in Thailand, there is no formal or reliable nomenclature, and they are typically sold by color in the United States. Mature size is about 2 to 3 feet . It is very rewarding and easy grow, having many versatile uses as a perennial bedding plant, borders, or can be grown as a potted plant indefinitely. Makes a great gift for a gardener of any skill level. Growing in 4 1/2 pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia milii 'Poysean' Thai Hybrid - Pinkish Blush Thai Hybrid Crown of Thorns are known by several common names in Thailand, there is no formal or reliable nomenclature, and they are typically sold by color in the United States. Mature size is about 2 to 3 feet . It is very rewarding and easy grow, having many versatile uses as a perennial bedding plant, borders, or can be grown as a potted plant indefinitely. Makes a great gift for a gardener of any skill level. Growing in 4 1/2 pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia milii 'Poysean' Thai Hybrid - Peach Flowers - Thai Hybrid Crown of Thorns are known by several common names in Thailand, there is no formal or reliable nomenclature, and they are typically sold by color in the United States. Mature size is about 2 to 3 feet . It is very rewarding and easy grow, having many versatile uses as a perennial bedding plant, borders, or can be grown as a potted plant indefinitely. Makes a great gift for a gardener of any skill level. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $18.00 each

Euphorbia milii 'Poysean' Thai Hybrid - Red Flowers - Thai Hybrid Crown of Thorns are known by several common names in Thailand, there is no formal or reliable nomenclature, and they are typically sold by color in the United States. Mature size is about 2 to 3 feet . It is very rewarding and easy grow, having many versatile uses as a perennial bedding plant, borders, or can be grown as a potted plant indefinitely. Makes a great gift for a gardener of any skill level. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia milii 'Tall White' - Been growing this one for several decades. For me it's flowers has stayed a bright white. Very up right grower to 3 feet. Growing in 4 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2 @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia nerifolia variegated crest - Euphorbia neriifolia f. cristata variegata, the “Crested and variegated Oleander Cactus" is a fast-growing and highly priced crested succulent forming odd sculptural shapes. Its stems fan out, some will form stable crests while others (the more common) just cluster over one another. The crested form can also get very big making a spectacular specimen. Older crested plant can reach a considerable size (up to 2-3 m tall and in diameter, or more). Stems and leaves are stripped in creamy-yellow. Growing in a 6 inch pot. - front & back photos - #1 @ $50.00 Sold

   Euphorbia obesa hyb. - This may be the cross Euphorbia pseudoglobosa x obesa. I like its greyish purple color. - @ $13.00 each 

    Euphorbia polygona monstrose - It's a crazy monstrose form. Euphorbia polygona is a spiny dioecious spurge with simple or basally clumping stems of glaucous grey-green with beautiful “heads” of dark purple flowers. These are very minute in themselves, but each is dotted with bright yellow stamens and pollen and the whole effect is very pleasing. In age it will forms clumps of upright columns of unequal length up to a metre wide that bears a very close resemblance to the unrelated cactus. It is heavily armed with spiny protuberances ("peduncles", otherwise known as persistent flower stalks), however the spination is extremely variable some have lots of spines, and some have few. Eastern Cape, South Africa. Growing in 3 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 @ $13.00 each

   Euphorbia pseudocactus - Euphorbia pseudocactus is a multi-branched, dwarf-stemmed succulent shrub that, as its name suggests, resembles a cactus. The stems often have distinctive yellow V-shaped markings. Plants eventually form large mounded clumps brancing from the base and above, 60-120 cm tall and up to 2 m in diameter. KwaZulu-Natal Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. - @ $15.00 each

     Euphorbia pseudoglobosa graft - This one is one of those wacky grafts that my friend Mike Keeling made. 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 20 cm in diameter.  Euphorbia pseudoglobosa sows a superficial resemblance with Euphorbia globosa (hence the name) but the the closest related species is species is Euphorbia susannae. However E. pseudoglobosa misses the clearly curved back tubercles characteristic of Euphorbia susannae. South Africa. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. #1 @ $30.00

   Euphorbia suzannae-marnierae - This member of the Euphorbiaceae family was described by Werner Rauh and Herman Pétignat in 1996. It is found on the southern tip of Madagascar, growing in well drained soil with some water and lots of sun. The caudex can grow to five centimetres in diameter, the plant to 25 centimetres height. Southern Madagascar. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - #1lg @ $60.00

   Euphorbia tubiglans X obesa - These are stem cuttings from my old male and female plants. The main bodies of the old plants looked mostly obesa when young and grow evenly spaced arm in time all the same size. I was hoping to find some photos of the parent plants. Growing in 3 1/2 pots. - A pair male & female @ $35.00 Sold

   Euphorbia valida - When I bought the male and female plants they where labeled Euphorbia valida Large Form. We still have the parent plants and they're bodies larger then softballs. These are raised from seed from these plants. South Africa, Cape Province. Growning in 3 inch pots. - @ $10.00 each

   Euphorbia valida - When I bought the male and female plants they where labeled Euphorbia valida Large Form. We still have the parent plants and they're bodies larger then softballs. These are raised from seed from these plants. South Africa, Cape Province. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #1lg @ $40.00

   Euphorbia valida - When I bought the male and female plants they where labeled Euphorbia valida Large Form. We still have the parent plants and they're bodies larger then softballs. These are raised from seed from these plants. South Africa, Cape Province. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #2lg @ $40.00

   Euphorbia valida - When I bought the male and female plants they where labeled Euphorbia valida Large Form. We still have the parent plants and they're bodies larger then softballs. These are raised from seed from these plants. South Africa, Cape Province. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #3lg @ $40.00

   Euphorbia valida - When I bought the male and female plants they where labeled Euphorbia valida Large Form. We still have the parent plants and they're bodies larger then softballs. These are raised from seed from these plants. South Africa, Cape Province. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #4lg @ $40.00 Sold

   Euphorbia venefica X groenewaldii - These are cuttings of one of my large mother plants. - This is a cross that was created by my dear late friend Mike Keeling. When growing in the spring and summer they will have small green leaves. They go dormant winter and will drop their leaves. Roots will thicken and can be raised in time. Growing in 3 inch pots. - @ $18.00 each

   Euphorbia vittata crest - Makes a nice crest. I have not been able to fine much information about this one other then it's from Kenya. Growing in 6 inch pot. - #1lg @ $50.00 Sold

    Euphorbia 'wacky grafts' - This is wacky! My friend Mike did some Euphorbia grafting. The grafting activated monstrose growths of the grafting stock. As you see its a little wacky. left to right - #1 top E. frankii - #2 no living top - #3 E. frankii @ $15.00 each #1, #2 Sold

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