Euphorbia francoisii (2024)

By Emily Hall – Euphorbia francoisii is a caudex-forming dwarf species endemic to the southeast coast of Madagascar, where it grows along the seashore in subtropical and dry tropical forests or shrublands. It reaches only about 6 inches in height and grows evergreen leaves that appear as rosettes at the ends of the branches. One of the most fascinating features of this species is that it can grow a myriad of leaf colors and shapes. …

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