• Euphorbia suzannae, Euphorbia susannae. C09 Viveros González Natural Decor Centre Marbella
  • Euphorbia suzannae, Euphorbia susannae. C09 Viveros González Natural Decor Centre Marbella
Euphorbia suzannae, Euphorbia susannae. C09 Viveros González Natural Decor Centre Marbella
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Euphorbia suzannae, Euphorbia susannae. C09

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Euphorbia suzannae belongs to the genus Euphorbia of the Euphorbiaceae family and consists of about 2,000 species of succulent plants, shrubs and herbaceous plants native to Africa, America and Madagascar.  

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Known by the scientific name of Euphorbia susannae.

They are small, curious, easy-to-grow succulent plants with napiform roots that do not usually exceed 15 cm in height but branch out in width up to 30 cm in diameter. They usually have thick dark green, variegated or yellowish stems (depending on the variety) with 12-16 ribs and elongated tubers ending in a point. They are dioecious plants that produce small yellowish flowers on separate plants. They flower in autumn and sometimes also in spring.

They are often used in pots and planters and are suitable for rock gardens and cactus and succulent gardens in frost-free regions.

This plant can live in full sun but will take on purplish tones. If it is to remain green it is best grown in semi-shade or screened light. In winter it is preferable that the temperature does not drop below 10°C.

The soil in which it is planted must drain excellently, for which a mixture of equal parts of leaf mould and coarse siliceous sand or a commercial substrate for cacti with 20% coarse sand should be used. In case of transplanting it is recommended to do it at the beginning of spring.

It should be watered moderately in spring, summer and autumn, waiting until the soil has dried out completely, but in winter it should not be watered at all.

It requires a light fertilisation with mineral fertiliser for cacti and succulents in mid-summer.

It is not a plant that usually needs pruning unless a stem has dried out.

It does not usually present serious pest and disease problems if there is not excessive humidity.

It can be propagated by rooting some branches and from seeds sown in spring.

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Euphorbia suzannae belongs to the genus Euphorbia of the Euphorbiaceae family and consists of about 2,000 species of succulent plants, shrubs and herbaceous plants native to Africa, America and Madagascar.  

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