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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Euphorbia tithymaloides L. (rose)

 Synonym:  Pedilanthus tithymaloides L.

When in strong shade it has a light green appearance, the foliage however turns sweet rosy white complexion without any variegated coloration when exposed to too much sunlight.  

Another unique feature is the the foliage appear to have slight frills at the leaf edges making it look wavy unlike other types and it appears to be deciduous at the base areas unlike other types of this kind.

Being a shrub plant - it can appear to be heavy and burdened and therefore would recommend pruning to give a better outlook as it appear to be a bushy plant.

However, this one is not cultivated for floral display - rather very much for the colored foliage. Do check more detailed information of Care & Cultivation from the Main Page Link below:

Zigzag Different Types and Images

Here is the link where I had put together a list of all of the different types and ID and images that I had come across. A database of all the different types & their characteristics. Please click on the link on the title above for the post.

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