Euphorbia Milii (Crown Of Thorns/Christ Plant/Christ Thorn)
- Plant Care
The Crown of Thorns is a leafy, highly branched, woody succulent native to Madagascar. The ever-blooming Crown of Thorns is one of the oldest houseplants. It’s easy to care for with a few caveats and comes with many variations to keep your home in a cheerful multicolor year-round. The flowers come in varying shades of red and yellow. Multi-colored pastels have been developed in hybrids, too. There are innumerable varieties.
Euphorbia has been kept as houseplants the world over. Their easy care and continuous blooming have made them a favorite for centuries. It’s also one of the best plants for beginners.
Euphorbia prefers bright direct sunlight.Water once the top inch of soil is dry. Can tolerate underwatering but will drop leaves.They grow best in well-draining sandy loamy soil with high organic content.15 – 32 °CFertilize lightly with a low-nitrogen fertilizer every 2-3 weeks.
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