Euphorbia pseudoglobosa is a spreading dwarf succulent with knobby, multi-hued segments that take on their own color when given plenty of direct sunlight. Lift mature plants above the soil to expose the caudex, a bulbous root system, to give height and contrast.
Euphorbia pseudoglobosa is native to South Africa.
Euphorbia pseudoglobosa do best in full sun, at least 5 to 8 hours a day. Avoid intense afternoon sun. Grow outdoors in light shade in the afternoon or indoors in a sunny window with southern exposure and direct sun.
Native to arid and sub-tropical climates, Euphorbia pseudoglobosa are drought tolerant plants. Their soil should be allowed to dry out entirely before watering thoroughly.
Keep your growth climate dry. Euphorbia pseudoglobosa do not like humidity and can form a layer of white powder if the climate is too humid. Fertilize: Apply a water-soluble, balanced fertilizer monthly, diluted at half strength once per month during the grow season.
Approx. 4-5” tall and 4-5” at the widest point. Every plant will vary in size, color and shape.
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