Euphorbia flanaganii 'Medusa'



Euphorbia flanaganii 'Medusa'

Common names: Medusa, Transkei Medusa's Head

There are more than 2000 varieties of Plants that fall under the umbrella of Euphorbia, ranging dramatically in shape, texture, and size. It's important to note that what links them is a toxic sap that will cause irritation to both pets and people, so be careful so you can best enjoy this beautiful genus! 'Medusa' appears exactly as you would expect, with snake-like arms reaching out from a dense center point. Your Medusa will tell you when it's thirsty if the snakes begin to curl in towards the center.


Light: Bright Filtered

Water: Drought Tolerant

Ease: Easy Breezy

Pet Friendly: No

Care: Your Euphorbia will need very little watering in the winter while it is dormant, and more frequent watering (potentially weekly) in the summer during its growing period.

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