Euphorbia flanangii crestata 'Green Coral'
Euphorbia flanangii crestata 'Green Coral'

Euphorbia flanangii crestata 'Green Coral'

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Euphorbia flanaganii crestata, commonly known as the crested green coral, is a fascinating and unusual succulent belonging to the diverse Euphorbia genus. This crested form of Euphorbia flanaganii is particularly prized for its unique growth pattern and intriguing appearance, making it a standout in any succulent collection.

The most striking feature of this plant is its crested or cristate growth, where the normal apical growing point is replaced with one that grows in a line, creating a wavy, fan-like structure. This results in a plant that appears to have a series of undulating ridges and valleys, with a texture and form that are quite different from the typical columnar growth of the non-crested Euphorbia flanaganii. The color of this crested variety is a vibrant green, and it may produce small yellowish flowers at the crest edges, adding to its ornamental appeal.

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