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From the Tulear region, it's one of the smallest of the mini-Madagascan Euphorbias. The cyathia are also the smallest in the genus and are adorably tiny.
E. parvicyathophora is critically endangered in the wild due to human intervention.
It is very similar to but is more like a small-scale version of E. ambovombensis E. capsaintemariensis and E. tulearensis.
The plant produces a tuberous root rather than a caudex. The leaves are dark green with crinkled edges.
This is a really neat plant, especially for small spaces.
These are well established 2 year old seedlings from controlled pollination.
Available in 2" pots.
Ships in pot.