The Crested Euphorbia is a visually stunning succulent known for its fan-like shape and vibrant green branches. It can change colors depending on its environment, adding depth and visual interest to any space.

Crested Euphorbia thrives in bright, direct sunlight but should be protected from excessive heat. During hot temperatures, provide some shade to prevent sunburn. In cooler weather, move indoors to avoid freezing.

Light Requirements

Water Crested Euphorbia once a week when the soil is mostly dried out. Avoid overwatering to prevent root rot. In arid climates or excessive heat, consider light sprays of water to supplement regular watering.

Watering Tips

Use well-draining soil and a terracotta pot for Crested Euphorbia. Repot every one or two years to prevent moisture build-up and provide room for root growth. Follow a simple step-by-step guide for repotting.

Potting Guide

Propagate Crested Euphorbia by cutting a triangular shape into the crest and attaching it to another succulent. Provide bright, direct sunlight and a steady watering routine for healthy growth. Watch out for pests and diseases, and address them promptly.

Propagation and Care Tips