Euphorbia namuskluftensis

The fruits of euphorbias are hard, woody capsules, made up of three segments, each containing a relatively large seed. When the capsule ripens, it explodes and scatters the seeds over amazing distances. As euphorbia seeds have a limited shelf-life, they are rarely offered commercially.

Euphorbia namuskluftensis is a species of plant in the Euphorbiaceae family. It is endemic to Namibia. Its natural habitat is rocky areas. Occurs on white limestone on Namuskluft. It is a dwarf non-spiny species. It has tubers and rhibozomes, that divide into numerous short branch stems. The branches have tiny sessile caduceus leaves about 2 mm long. They have tiny yellow flowers when they bloom, and are of green coloration. More

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