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lovestogarden

My Southern California (zone 10a) garden has all kinds of plants mixed together; roses, ferns, succulents, vegetables,....

Euphorbia Obesa

  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2019
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lovestogarden

She has grown! #euphorbia #euphorbia-obesa #euphorbiaobesa #baseballplant #southerncalifornia 3 October 2019

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robbinb

Love your cactus! Neat!

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robbinb

Is your cactus plant inside or outside?

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gjones

I love this plant! Just wish I could find one around here!

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lovestogarden

@robbinb, thank you. I have my cactus and succulent plants outside. Right now I still have this and others under a canopy, as it keeps the sun out of my house. I live in Southern California, so my weather is mild.

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lovestogarden

Katy, I wish I had a lady version, then I could send you seeds. This is a male. I incorrectly refered to him as "she", but they are distinctly male and female to get seeds. I have my eyes open for finding a female. 💗 @gjones

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gjones

That's interesting! How can you tell which sex you have? Do they both bloom?

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robbinb

Hi Janice, I wish I could say it was mild where I live but anything over 80 I now consider hot😁. I have several of my cactus on a table with a cover that gets morning sun from the east. I just sat my lithops out there for now. I did have them inside but wasn’t sure if they were getting enough sun. I really like the baseball cactus and may make a trip out to the Joshua Tree area where I saw one. Loved yours though and the photos were great.

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lovestogarden

Yes, Katy, they both bloom but flowers are different. I actually haven't seen the female flower, but read up on it. It is so interesting to me. @gjones

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lovestogarden

I agree that over 80 is too hot. I have been enjoying our milder temps this last month. Joshua Tree must have lots of fun varieties. His was a gift from a friend who grew it from seed he propagated from his own plants. Do you follow @sushiwaitress? She grows great lithops from seed. 💗

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gjones

@robbinb See above message😊

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sushiwaitress

@gjones @lovestogarden @robbinb yep we found each other's lithops 🙋‍♀️

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lovestogarden

#Euphorbia obesa with lots of #flowers. #succulent #euphorbia-obesa #baseballplant #southerncalifornia #california 6 April 2019

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gjones

Love these!

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Annettenoosa

Beautiful. It has created its own flower arrangement in its own special container. Nature's own artistic creation. 🦋🦋🦋

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lovestogarden

#euphorbia #euphorbiaobesa #euphorbia-obesa #baseballplant #blooming #succulent #southerncalifornia #california 29 November 2018

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mardel

Looks like a sea creature

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lovestogarden

It does @mardel 😁

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  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2018
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lovestogarden

A friend at the #succulentsociety fufilled a #succulent rather high up on my wish list! He grew this #fromseed (he harvested). This is a #male - check out the #stamen . He has promised the female once he has identified one. #euphorbia #euphorbiaobesa #flowering #yellow #succulentsunday

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nancyanne

Wow... unique...@lovestogarden, never saw that..

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ShelleySnyder

How odd! Very cool!💘😍

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kimguy

How intriguing! Hope you get a girl soon. @lovestogarden

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