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Euphorbia neorubella

Scientific Name:

Euphorbia neorubella

Common name:

Red Monadenium, Red Monadenium Bonsai Tree











Hardiness Zone:

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The Euphorbia neorubella succulent is a unique and eye-catching plant that is native to the Mediterranean region. It has become increasingly popular as an ornamental houseplant in recent years. This succulent grows in an upright, columnar shape with many branches and small, fleshy leaves. The leaves are usually grayish-green in color and have a waxy texture. They can grow up to 3 inches long and 1 inch wide. The Euphorbia neorubella produces small yellow flowers that bloom during the summer months. These flowers are very attractive and will attract pollinators such as bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to your garden or home. When it comes to care requirements, this succulent is relatively easy to maintain. It prefers bright indirect light but can tolerate some direct sunlight if necessary. Water sparingly during the summer months but allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings. During the winter months, water even less frequently since this plant goes dormant during this time of year. Overall, the Euphorbia neorubella is a great choice for those looking for an attractive and low maintenance houseplant that adds some unique texture and color to their home or garden!
The Euphorbia neorubella succulent prefers bright indirect light, meaning it should be placed in an area that receives some direct sunlight but is not exposed to full sun all day. This succulent also does well in medium light and can tolerate low light, so it can be placed in a variety of locations. Just make sure the plant is not exposed to too much direct sunlight or too little light, as this could cause it to become stressed and start to suffer.
Euphorbia neorubella succulents prefer well-draining soil that is slightly acidic with a pH of 6.5 to 7.5. The soil should also be light and airy, containing equal parts of organic matter such as compost or peat moss and coarse sand or perlite. This will help the roots to breathe and absorb water more easily.
The Euphorbia neorubella succulent requires infrequent watering. Water when the soil is completely dry, and then give it a thorough soaking. Allow the water to drain out of the pot and never let it sit in standing water. During its dormant period, reduce watering even further.
The ideal humidity conditions for the Euphorbia neorubella succulent are around 40-50%. This is a relatively low humidity level, so it's important to make sure your succulent isn't exposed to too much moisture. If you're able to keep the humidity levels in this range, your succulent should thrive!