Similar in appearance to ocean coral, the Coral Cactus is actually two plants in one. Here's how to care for this unusual beauty.
Coral and cactus in name only, the Coral Cactus (Botanical name: Euphorbia lactea Crest or Euphorbia lactea 'Cristata'), combines two succulent plants to form ...
Coral Cactus. The Coral cactus at first glance kind of looks like a lettuce (please don't eat this), and a type of coral reef...which is where it's name originates from.
Whorls of fleshy, wavy leaves much like underwater coral, make this cactus an eye-catching houseplant. Arrange it with containers of other low care Cacti, ...
Crested euphorbia is a dramatic cactus houseplant and excellent living room plant. Learn about growing crested euphorbia in your home or office.
The coral cactus (Euphorbia lactea f. cristata), a crested form of mottled spurge ( Euphorbia lactea), offers convoluted, fan-shaped green growth marked with ...
The coral cactus (Euphorbia lactea f. cristata), a crested form of mottled spurge ( Euphorbia lactea), offers convoluted, fan-shaped green growth marked with sil.
Mar 11, 2011 ... Should it be so green? i will cut out the gravel (cause it's glued in) and move it to another pot soon. What would be an ideal temperature range?
The coral cactus plant is a beautiful, potted plant variety, which can display a lot of versatility in beautifying outdoor landscapes as well as indoor areas. Its coral ...