Euphorbia Leucodendron Cristata

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Euphorbia Leucodendron in the unique "Cristata" form - every plant is completely different; there is no "standard form" here... From our own succulent collection; planted/grown in a self-mixed permeable organic substrate (repotting only desired in 1-2 years), not over-fertilised, therefore top healthy and robust (organic quality before quantity!), slow growing, not hardy, for a sunny location; avoid waterlogging; enjoy your new Euphorbia Leucodendron Cristata!

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Did you know?

The botanical name Euphorbia is derived from Euphorbos, the Greek physician from the 1st century AD. In 1753, the botanist and taxonomist Carl Linnaeus gave the entire genus the name Euphorbia in honour of this doctor.
And yes, that's right, Euphorbias are not cacti, even though many of them look pretty much like a cactus.


Crests are exceptions; the crested plant is a healthy plant, but one that develops in an abnormal way. Cresting is therefore a spontaneous mutation, an abnormality of the vegetative apex which, instead of growing conical or cylindrical, flattens out and the plant takes on the appearance of a crest or fan with many curves, reminiscent of the shape of a brain. In fact, crests can be found in many different species of succulent plants. The crested succulents become true sculptures.