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misternatureboy

Gardening is like cooking. To improve, you need to be willing to make mistakes and experiment. Also, Google is our f(r)iend. Zone 9b, West Sac, CA.

Euphorbia Flanaganii

  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2020
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misternatureboy

Transferring this guy from a terra cotta pot to a glazed one made all the difference. Tap and swipe to see how much growth this lovely weirdo has had. #progresspic 11Apr2020

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sushiwaitress

Woah! You're not kidding!

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misternatureboy

@sushiwaitress I feel she needs a bigger container but she looks so nice in the one she's currently in.

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2019
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misternatureboy

First time for my #EuphorbiaFlanaganii to produce #cyathia. #growingseason #succulent 12July2019

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2019
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misternatureboy

A new home for this #beautiful-weirdo. I've learned that #euphorbia-flanaganii doesn't love being too dry, so a glazed pot makes a good home for it. Swipe left for progress pics. #medusashead 31May2019

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  • Season Icon Late SummerLate Summer 2018
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misternatureboy

My #MedusasHead #Euphorbia-flanaganii doesn't look too good. Considering how much it's darkened, I don't think lack of sunlight is the problem (it gets partial sun). I'm guessing this guy has higher water needs than the others. If that's the case, it'll probably do better in a glazed pot. If you have experience with this species, feel free to share your $0.02. Cheers.

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  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2018
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misternatureboy

Grow, little weirdo.

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goodgirl

I love these!!

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  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2018
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misternatureboy

Just because you take your buddy's mom (who's visiting from Idaho) to a nursery in Sacramento and she describes it as "the highlight" of her trip (clearly exciting enough for her to forget that spending time with her two-year-old granddaughter is the actual highlight of her trip) doesn't mean that at checkout she'll pay for the weird little succulent you chose for yourself. Sometimes, however, it does.

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