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Proliferating Polygonas

Posted by paracelsus z9b SF bay area CA (My Page) on
Mon, May 1, 06 at 19:03

These Euphorbia polygonas have been growing outside for the past three years are are looking fine. The green forms have many pups at their bases. The blue 'snowflake' forms do not make nearly as many babies. You can just see a bit of a few other euphorbias growing nearby: mamillaris, anoplia, suzannae, and obesa.

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RE: Proliferating Polygonas

Growing them in the ground really makes the difference!
Beautiful specimens


RE: Proliferating Polygonas

This is a view from above which better shows the puppiferous nature of some of these plants:

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RE: Proliferating Polygonas

  • Posted by rjj1 Norman OK Zone7 (My Page) on
    Tue, May 2, 06 at 14:58



RE: Proliferating Polygonas

Impressive! Now you are giving me ideas....

RE: Proliferating Polygonas

Very nice Brad - They are loving it up there. I like all the rocks.


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