All Euphorbias are CITES Restricted Plants

This large family of plants occurs worldwide with most of the succulent species occurring in Africa. These succulent plants vary in form from large, branched tree-like to small globular, to thin stemmed, multi-branched shrubs. As a group, Euphorbias make great container plants and do quite well in cultivation.


Euphorbia canariensis Classic Euphorbia upright growth. Brownish skin with nice even rows of spines along edges. M
Eupcyltub3870.JPG (126221 bytes) Euphorbia cylindrifolia v. tuberifera Great smooth caudex with branches. M
Euphorbia decaryi Twisting gray stems tipped with gray green wavy leaves. M
Eupeno3877.JPG (130684 bytes) Euphorbia enopla Medium sized clumping plant with stout finger sized stems M
Eupfer3882.JPG (137688 bytes) Euphorbia ferox Low mounding plant with stout green stems; reddish spines S
Euphorbia obesa hybrid Looks like Eu. obesa but some with ridges some without M
Euphorbia obesa hybrid These cool plants fill a gallon pot with the large central 'baseball' and many 'pups' around the edges. L
Euphorbia sp. nova 2" round base with numerous long branches. Plants are 4 to 6" overall. Madusa like plants. L
Euphorbia squarrosa x Eu. stellata Cool plants that have stems that are flat but also twisty. M
Eupsuz6088.JPG (131055 bytes) Euphorbia suzannae Nice round bodies covered with points. Will branch with age. Looks like a green sea anemone. M
Euphorbia viguierri Tall green stem with long green leaves with a red attchment point. M
Euphorbia collection 6 species of this popular and variable genus; we like the globular and medusa-heads best. Plants in this collection are all from Africa.
Pedilanthus marocarpus Long straight gray/green cylindrical leaves. Red flowers that some say resemble Ladies Slippers.Native to Mexico M