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Euphorbia saxorum 4-inch pots

This easy-to-grow Euphorbia is from Kenya, where it grows on rock outcrops. This is a beautiful spiny subshrub with thin, sprawling stems that produce red cyathia. The effect of the red cyathia on the bright green stems is striking. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
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