Meet the Crown of Thorns plant, a succulent known for its thick, thorny stems and vibrant bracts. Adaptable to both gardens and indoor spaces, it can grow over six feet, adding a dramatic touch to any setting.

The Crown of Thorns dazzles with bracts in red, pink, yellow, and white, overshadowing its modest green flowers. This succulent thrives in arid conditions, making it a favorite for its low-maintenance yet striking appearance.

A Floral Spectacle

For healthy growth, position indoors near a sunny window for bright, indirect light. Outdoors, ensure it gets 3-4 hours of sunlight but avoid excessive direct rays to prevent leaf burn.

Sunlight Savvy

This drought-tolerant plant requires minimal watering; let the soil dry out before re-watering. Avoid overwatering to prevent root rot, and adjust watering frequency based on season and humidity.

Watering Wisdom

Prune regularly for leafy growth and to maintain shape. Propagate through stem cuttings or seeds. Watch out for pests like mealybugs and ensure good air circulation to prevent fungal diseases.

Growth and Propagation