Euphorbia Milli is a woody succulent that has dense spiny stems. Moreover, these are small flowers, and clusters of small petals are attached to them which look so attractive.
Suitable place for Euphorbia Milli:
To grow these flowers perfectly it is important to plant them in well-drained and medium moist soil.
Origin of Flower: It is native to Madagascar and was introduced by France in 1981.
Genus: Its genus is Euphorbia.
Family: This belongs to the family of Euphorbiaceae.
Species: These are the species of E. milli.
Height: Its height is about 3_6cm.
Plant Type: The plant type includes shrubs cactus and succulents.
Seasonal interest: All seasons whether winter, summer, or spring equally appreciated.
Water requires: Medium water is enough.
Exposure: Well-drained, full sun or moist soil is suitable.
Characteristics: These flowers are considered showy, evergreen, and plants of merit.
Tolerance: It can tolerate salt, rocky soil, rabbit, drought, and deer.
Maintenance: Low maintenance is sufficient.
Tips to better grow this plant:
Here are some important tips are given below that you must follow to protect your flower growth.
- Provide water daily.
- Place it near well drained, moist soil or full sun.
- Pruning is essential to get foliage again.
- Keep away it from the shaded place.
Most Frequent Asked Questions:
1. What is the scientific name of this plant?
The scientific name of this plant is Euphorbia Milli.
2. What are the qualities of euphorbia milli?
A few qualities of euphorbia milli are given below:
- Attracts butterflies.
- Provide a sweet pleasant smell.
- Use as a houseplant to enhance lawn beauty.
3. Is this flower is poisonous?
Yes, these have some effects of toxic so you should take care while using this as a houseplant and keep away your pets from this flower.
4. What is the common name of this plant?
This plant is commonly known as the crown of thorns.