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brain fart: euphorbia something or other

Posted by mingtea z9 Tucson (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 17, 14 at 18:04

I've had this euphorb for years and now I can't remember its identity! Memory points me towards a suzannae hybrid, but I could very well be wrong... Your help, please :)

Considering repotting soon but I should note how wonderfully hardy this plant has been.

-Ming

This post was edited by mingtea on Thu, Jul 17, 14 at 18:38


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RE: brain fart: euphorbia something or other

Susanae+obesa? Susanae+mamillaria?
It's very unique I've never seen anything like it. Let me know if when you repot it you get some inadvertent cuttings. ;)


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RE: brain fart: euphorbia something or other

I like both of those.
kathi


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RE: brain fart: euphorbia something or other

It does look like a Susannae x Mammillaris.


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RE: brain fart: euphorbia something or other

That makes sense :) thanks!

-Ming


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