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Medusa's Head Succulent Euphorbia Flanaganii Large RARE Euphorbia Caput-medusae Cactus Rare Succulent Cactus LARGE Euphorbia

Medusa's Head Succulent Euphorbia Flanaganii Large RARE Euphorbia Caput-medusae Cactus Rare Succulent Cactus LARGE Euphorbia

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🌵Mature Medusa's Head Cactus
⭐⭐ VERY RARE ⭐⭐Most have never heard of seen or know this exist!

🌵Mature Medusa's Head Cactus
📦Will be shipped with care and good packaging. the plants will be shipped dry bare root to protect them, they arrive ready to plant make sure and plant within 24hrs.
📈Large and very large over growing 8.5 inch pot.
🏠In or outdoors looks great in containers
🌵Succulent / cactus
🗺I am Stephen and we are from Dallas Texas Area where your package is shipped from. (Middle of the country so most get it fast)
📅All plants are Ship Monday Tuesday & Wednesday
📦All plants are inspected for good health before they are shipped out. Well packed and properly protected.
🤏Easy Care Low to High Light , low water needs every 2 weeks more when in smaller pots and more light, cut back to 1 time a month in winter as its dormat.

FREEEZE WARNING!! These die in freezing temperatures make sure you order to protect your plant if you live in a area that has freezing as we can not be held accountable for freeze damage.
$10 Heat Pack With Thermal Plant Protection
$5 Heat Pack 

Description: Euphorbia inermis is a many-branched medusaeform euphorbia up to about 50 cm in diameter with branches radiating like fingers from a central stem, continued below ground as a large fleshy tuber. Euphorbia inermis is monoecious. A properly grown plant is a joy, especially when it is in flower, for then each short, erect finger is covered with fragrant, pure white (or yellow) flowers that look like snow crystals and the cluster is exquisite. This is one of the caudex-forming Euphorbias, very similar to Euphorbia esculenta and Euphorbia caput-medusae. If you look down into a large specimen you'll see what looks like a sun flower; it's another example of a Fibonacci spiral. The whole plant produce a caustic milky sap.

Root: Tuberous.

Body (main stem or caudex): Short and thick up to 10 cm in diameter, producing a crown of three or more series of crowded branches lying over each other like tiles around the central flattened or depressed tuberculate obconic area at the top, mostly below ground and not rising much above ground level.

Branches: Club-like to cylindric, serpent-like, tessellately tuberculate, glabrous, greyish-green, blue-green or dull green 4-25 cm long, but in cultivation the branches often elongate a lot and become snake-like, 10-12 mm thick, ascending or ascending-spreading.

Tubercles rhomboid, 2 5-10 mm long, 3-6 mm broad and 1-2 mm prominent, shortly and obtusely conical, with a small white leaf-scar.

Leaves: Minute, rudimentary, soon deciduous, 1 mm long and broad, ovate, acute

Inflorescences: Cyathia solitary in the axils of the tubercles at the tips of the branches. Peduncles stout 3-4 mm long, bearing about 4 bracts and 1 involucre, glabrous, sometimes persistent. Bracts 1-2 mm long, scale-like, ovate or oblong, entire or ciliate; involucre

8-9 mm in diameter, cup-shaped, white, with 5 (rarely 4) nectar glands and 5 transversely rectangular ciliate lobes, glabrous on the cup outside and within, but pubescent on the back of the lobes and filled with woolly-white bracteoles; glands glabrous, 1-3 mm long,

2-3 mm broad across the tips variable in shapeon the same plant, green with white, bifid. toothed, or with much divided pro-cesses, sometimes entirely white; ovary sessile, woolly-white at the apex, thinly sprinkled with ascending or spreading hairs or rarely
glabrous; styles united to the apex into a slender column 3-4 mm long; stigmas about 1 mm long, more or less deeply bifid, with cuneate lobes, radiating and contiguous forming a sort of disc.

Blooming season: Flowers appear in spring and summer.

Fruit: Capsule sessile, trigonous-subglobose, 3-5 mm in diameter, glabrous or with a few hairs.

Seeds: 3 mm long, ellipsoid, slightly 4-angled, minutely tuberculate on the dorsal sides smooth on the ventral, dark brown


We ship plants MONDAY & TUESDAY to some states WEDNESDAY and they arrive firday or saturday. We do this to give you the best plant arrival we can for shipping plants. Got questions contact us!


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