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Indiantree spurge

It has a wide distribution in Africa, being prominently present in northeastern, central and southern Africa. It may also be native in other parts of the continent as well as some surrounding islands and the Arabian peninsula and has been introduced to many other tropical regions. Its status in India is uncertain. It grows in dry areas, and is often used to feed cattle or as hedging. in Sinhalese.

Indiantree spurge in a place where it is exposed to at least a few hours of direct sunlight.The Indiantree spurge needs a minimum temperature superior to 15 More