We all scream when we get these in! These adorable little specimens native to Kenya. These are often called Euphorbia too which there is much discussion on the topic, they have a unique flowering structure in comparison to the typical Euphorbia flowers. If you put these in direct sun or outside they will turn a bright red. We usually will put them outside late April to September here in Oregon. These are a MUST have for any collector, we hope they excite you as much as they excite us.
You'll wanna let these dry in between waterings completely then when dry give it a nice good watering roughly every 10-14 days in the summer, and 2-3 weeks during the winter. Any fluctuating temperatures during the winter will cause it to drop leaves and go into dormancy, don't fret they are just storing energy. These need to be in a well draining cactus mix and in a nice bright window/area.
*Some will fewer leaves, or leaves that are still developing*All of our plants are ethically sourced from certified U.S. nurseries. We strongly condemn the poaching of plants or wild collection.