Euphorbia cylindrifolia tuberifera
From the spiny forest area of Madagascar, this is quite an interesting plant as it forms the largest caudex of all the miniature Madagascan euphorbs.
This subspecies does not bear the spreading stolons of the straight cylindrifolia but produces a rather sizeable subterranean caudex that is topped with a cluster of serpentine stems bearing short purplish succulent leaves. Flowers are tiny and grey to yellowish pink in color. We call this one Baby Snakes.
Available in 2 inch pots.
Ships in pot.