The name of Euphorbia Ingens is Euphorbiaceae and the plant is native to South Africa. Euphorbia requires lots of sunlight. keep the plant likes dry, just add a little water in the growing season. you can feel free to leave a few days dry between waterings. In the winter zelks one or two weeks.
Wrongly they think this euphorbia (Succulents) is a cactus.
The big difference with a cactus lies in the juices inside the plant. Cacti, who live in an arid climate, have inside a reservoir to store water during periods of extreme drought. At cacti exists that moisture from water, in contrast, the Euphorbia ingens is a milky fluid. Hence the Dutch name spurge.
Euphorbia ingens is originally an African plant while cacti growing in America.
The thorns grow directly from the leaf. At cactus spines grow on a cushion-shaped nodule sheet or pillow (areool).
If the plant gets too big then you can cut part of the stem with a sharp knife. You can replant the severed part in warm moist soil. In this way, they can make roots again. Before placed in the ground or just leave in a few days to dry.
Euphorbia Ingens is called a cactus cowboy.
Helemaal in zijn deze euphorbia cactussen en omdat ik echt geen zin om met deze planten te gaan lopen slepen heb ik op internet gezocht en kwam via de zoekterm planten kopen bij florastore terecht. Er is waargemaakt wat er op de site staat. Hier hoef ik niets aan toe te voegen. Voor herhaling vatbaar. groet Marlies