These are hybrids of Euphorbia cylindrifolia, ambovombensis, capsaintmariensis, decaryi and perhaps others that occurred spontaneously in our greenhouse. The foliage is succulent and broad to semi-terete and all will form a substantial caudex. These plants vary with each clone and some have the look of the pure species, but most definitely are not. All are fairly choice and vigorous.
Note: Euphorbia is listed on C.I.T.E.S. and cannot be exported.
*This batch looks primarily like decaryi crossed with ambovombensis