Author : N.E.Br.
Family : Euphorbiaceae
Habitat : South Africa
Euphorbia pubiglans is a stout succulent herbs similar in habit to to Euphorbia bupleurifolia but branching to form a rounded or conical shrub to about 30 cm tall. It can be distinguished from the latter by its taller habit, its persistent peduncles and the bracts which surround the cyathia forming a circular plate 25 mm in diameter. The stems are knobby, with spirally arranged tubercles. The linear leaves, whose blades are usually folded upwards are clustered at the stem tips. The three large, rounded bracts surrounding the cyathium are very striking in this species. There are actually five subtending bracts, but two are hidden behind the larger ones. E. pubiglans is a pretty succulent that is seldom seen.
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25 cm multi stemmed (more than 15) and 15 cm high. Product in the Canary Islands
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