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Euphorbia obesa BROWN MARKS

Euphorbia obesa BROWN MARKS

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Euphorbia obesa is a subtropical succulent species of flowering plants in the genus Euphorbia. It comes from the south-central Cape Provinces of South Africa.
Euphorbia obesa resembles a ball, thornless and decorative. It is commonly known as 'baseball plant' due to its shape. Its diameter is between 6 cm and 15 cm depending on its age. Young plants are spherical, but they contain water reservoirs for periods of drought.
It almost always shows 8 ridges adorned with small deep gibbosity regularly planted on the edges. It is green with horizontal lighter or darker stripes. In the wild, and with exposure to direct sunlight, it shows red and purple areas.
The plant is dioecious, which means that a subject has only male or female flowers. The small flowers are called cyathia.



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