Euphorbia breviarticulata 'False Cow's Horn'
Euphorbia breviarticulata 'False Cow's Horn'

Euphorbia breviarticulata 'False Cow's Horn'

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Euphorbia breviarticulata 'False Cow's Horn' is a unique and intriguing succulent, part of the extensive Euphorbia family. This variety, often referred to as 'False Cow's Horn', garners attention for its unusual growth patterns and striking appearance, resembling the cow's horn, yet distinct in its own right.

This plant is characterized by its thick, segmented stems that grow upright or slightly sprawling. The segments are short and stout, giving the plant a chunky appearance. Each segment is adorned with prominent, horn-like protrusions that are less elongated than those of Euphorbia grandicornis, hence the name 'False Cow's Horn'. These protrusions, along with the ridges on the stems, create an interesting texture. The color of the stems ranges from green to a grayish hue, and they may exhibit a reddish tinge when exposed to ample sunlight.

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