I've killed my fair share of these guys. Like #AdeniumObesum, I'd left them out during winter and they froze to death. This specimen, however, has thrived in this #strawberrypot, and I'd like to think that it's gained enough size to manage a Sacramento winter. 29Oct2020 #succulent #succulentgarden #succulentcollection #notcoldhardy
So happy to see so much growth in my #EuphorbiaTirucalli. I've killed two of these in the past and this has been the most success I've had with this plant. I just need to be sure to bring it in as soon as the days start getting colder, although I'd like to think that larger, more mature specimens can tolerate lower temperatures. If you have experience with #Firesticks, please let me know. #succulent #SticksOnFire #succulentsunday 21July2019
Second among the five plants I bought yesterday. Lost my other #Euphorbia-tirucalli to this past winter's rain and cold. This guy is definitely coming indoors in the fall. #firesticks #succulent #succulent-sunday
Finally found an occupant for this pot. (Pretty sure I used a shino glaze. FYI, since you asked.) I've always been intrigued by #EuphorbiaTirucalliRosea but my sister doesn't see the appeal. She unintentionally got one several months ago when she bought a pot that was planted with an assortment of succulents. The Rosea doesn't seem to love the conditions that the others are tolerating, so I decided to save it from dwindling to death and repotted it. Moved it to a sunnier spot, too.