Euphorbia Stellata

€ 8,95 (including VAT 9%)
In stock
Product code NG10831

Euphorbia Stellata

Orders with only Cactus and/or Caudex plants will be shipped within 5 working days, with the exception of public holidays or weather influences.

Remarks: Euphorbia Stellata is a very beautiful caudex plant. Euphorbia Stellata are supplied as rooted plants as shown in the photo. A limited number of plants are available. Every plant is unique.

Shipping times may differ due to the large quantity of orders and weather conditions. During the cold months we send our plants with a Heat Pack if needed. We keep a close eye on the weather forecasts. 

Due to the large quantity of orders, adding plants to existing orders is not possible.

ATTENTION; We pack and ship our plants very carefully, damage to a leaf or discoloration is not covered by the guarantee.

Nelumbogarden packs and ships its plants very carefully. We use sturdy cardboard boxes and pack with kraft paper. It is possible for soil to fall out of the pot or a leaf to break during transport. We do not guarantee these two points. We ask you to open the box carefully and not with a knife or sharp object. Carefully remove the (kraft) paper. Some plants lower their leaves in the dark, these are restored within a few days. Due to changes in the season, the plants may differ from the plant shown in the photo.

Care :

The Caudex plant likes little water, but it is important that the soil does not become petrified. With an excess of water (wet feet) root / caudex rot can occur. The Caudex likes a light place. This plant can be placed as a houseplant or in the summer on the terrace as a garden plant. The plant can be fertilized once every two months in the summer months with a light fertilizer. Fertilization is hardly necessary in autumn and winter. Growth then slows down and the plant consumes few nutrients. During  autumn and winter you give almost to no water.

Caudex plants are sensitive to too much water. If your plant is getting brown leaves, it is most likely because it is getting too much water. Yellowish leaves that hang limp are often a sign that the plant is too wet. You can safely cut off brown leaves. 

Our company does not work with chemical pesticides. We pack our plants in recycled material. We limit the use of plastic to a minimum.