Euphorbia milii is a flowering plant belongs to the family Euphorbiaciae, native to Madagascar. It is suspected that the species was introduced to the Middle East in ancient times, and legend associates it with the crown of thorns worn by Christ. It is also found in Kerala, India. There is a tale stating that there were Jews living in Kerala and they brought the Christ thorn plant from Israel to India. It is a succulent with densely spiny stems. The leaves are found mainly on new growth. The flowers are small, subtended by a pair of conspicuous petal-like bracts, variably red, pink or white, up to 12 mm broad.
- Prune yellow, old and decaying leaves and Bamboo to avoid any further damage to plant.
- Give Mineral Water only.
- Change Water in every 7 days.
- Do not over water or under water the plant. Most of the plants die due to overwatering.
- Do does not give them direct day sunlight, as it damages the leaves.
Indoor plants can survive indoors and in mild sunlight. These plants purify the room by absorbing the harmful gases, while some of them are good stress busters. very easy to maintain and grow, these are the rejuvenating element for every room. We make sure you get the best quality plants with healthy growth.