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Euphorbia Peach - Plant
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- Euphorbia plants also go by the easier to say, but less elegant, name of Spurge. They are a family of plants that may be grown as houseplants or occasionally outdoors.
- This Euphorbia Plants can be used for hedges and boundary.
- Blooming time:Euphorbia can be bloom in spring and summer
- Trimming: need to trim the plant after blooming
- Watering: During the active growth period Euphorbia should be frequently watered, allowing the soil to become dry between waterings
- Planting : Dig a hole twice as wide and deep as the pot/polybag your plant comes in. Backfill, mixing compost in with your top soil. Plant into the loosened soil.:
- Packing contains 1 healthy plant with poly bay
About Euphorbia hirta peach plant
The plant is annual biennial or perennial herbs, woody shrubs, or trees with a caustic, poisonous milky latex. The roots are fine or thick and fleshy or tuberous. Many species are more or less succulent, thorny, or unarmed. The main stem and mostly also the side arms of the succulent species are thick and fleshy, 15–91tall
|Scientific name||Common names||Family name||Bloom period||Colour of the flower|
|Euphorbia antiquorum||spurge||Euphorbiaceae||Summer to autumn||Red,peach,yellow-red,ivory-white,pink-green,yellow,white-pink,peach-red|
CARING & GROWING
- Some are short-lived (even so, totally worth growing) and should be divided or propagated every two to three years, either in early fall or spring. Many benefit from being cut back hard, at least by one-third, after flowering is finished.
- This keeps any free-seeders from gaining the upper hand and encourages a flush of new fresh foliage.
- How to prune euphorbia: Trim back any damaged stems in early spring to keep the plant tidy and healthy cut back euphorbia stems at the base immediately after bloomClip carefully, new shoots will likely be emerging that you want to keep intact.
|WATERING PROPERTIES||SOIL PROPERTIES||FERTILIZER PROPERTIES||TEMPERATURE|
|During the active growth period, Euphorbia should be frequently watered, allowing the soil to become dry between waterings||Dry, sandy, well-drained soil
|Apply a week solution of liquid fertiliser about once every 6 weeks or so through the summer.||10° to 24°|