Euphorbia fulgens

Euphorbia fulgens finds its origin in Mexico.
The plant belongs to the same family as the Poinsettia, official name: Euphorbia Pulcherrima.
The Euphorbia family has more than 1600 species, all very different in appearance. The plant was
named after Euphorbes, the personal physician to the Numidian king Juba II, who is said
to have discovered the toxic and curative potential of the white and milky sap in the plant.

Two types of Euphorbia fulgens are available: unbranched (curved) and branched (cluster).
We offer the graceful curved Euphorbia fulgens. The stems are sorted by the length of the flower.
We offer three categories, flowers with an average length of 30, 20 and 10 centimeters.
The stems are delivered in bunches of 10. The highseason for Euphorbia fulgens is from
September until February and lowseason, wenn the offering is a little less, from April until August.