Euphorbia grandicornis 'Cow's Horn'
Euphorbia grandicornis 'Cow's Horn'

Euphorbia grandicornis 'Cow's Horn'

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Euphorbia grandicornis 'Cow's Horn' is a distinctive and striking succulent, belonging to the diverse Euphorbia genus. It is named for its prominent, horn-like growths, which give it a unique and eye-catching appearance. This particular cultivar is known for its architectural structure and is a favorite among succulent collectors and gardeners looking for an unusual and dramatic plant.

The plant features robust, segmented stems that grow in a zigzag pattern, each segment adorned with large, prominent thorns that resemble the horns of a cow. These thorns, along with the ridged edges of the stems, provide an intriguing texture and form. The stems are a grayish-green color and can develop a reddish tinge when exposed to full sun. Euphorbia grandicornis 'Cow's Horn' can grow quite large, making it a striking addition to any garden or collection.

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