Euphorbia milii grows long, succulent stems with thick spines; at the top, you will find thick, tear-shaped, fleshy leaves.
Euphorbia trigona is a sculptural plant that will make an authentic statement piece in your home!
Euphorbia tirucalli's long, thin, pencil-like foliage makes a unique piece at home and this is perfect if you're a forgetful plant parent!
Euphorbia ammak has a unique, wave-like pattern that looks mesmerizing inside an indoor garden underneath a sunroof!
Euphorbia lactea is often mistaken as a cactus because of its cactus-like stem with spines along the margins.
Surprised? Yes, our favorite plant every Christmas season is a Euphorbia! It blooms colorful bracts in late winter and can be pruned to rebloom yearly.
Euphorbia amygdaloides is a great garden perennial if you’re looking for a low-maintenance plant that adds color and texture to your garden.
Euphorbia ingens is a popular choice for gardeners who live in dry areas, as the plant can reach over 30 feet and is very low-maintenance.
Euphorbia obesa is a unique and fun plant to grow. Sadly, in their native habitat in South Africa, the Baseball Plant is considered to be endangered.
Euphorbia Abyssinica is often mistaken for other Euphorbia succulent types. But it grows a cluster of green leaves at the top of the plant and has a more vertical growth pattern.