This is hands down one of our favorite Euphorbia. They are often referred to as "Dragon Bones" or "White Ghost" they are known for their skeletal growth pattern and near white variegation. We've seen these tall as trees in botanical gardens and they can become quite impressive and woody at the base. You can see the one in the photo beginning to do that. This process is called "corking" as the plant sturdies itself in the ground.
We don't get these in often so its a real treat when we do.
We recommend a nice well draining sandy cactus/euphorbia mixture & these need strong light at least some direct sun at some point of the day preferably unobstructed south or west facing windows. Watering every 3-4 weeks during the summer and 4-5 weeks during the winter. They prefer to be root bound and not in big massive pots.All of our plants are ethically sourced from certified U.S. nurseries. We strongly condemn the poaching of plants or wild collection.