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Euphorbia caput-medusae (Medusas Head) is a unique succulent plant with central tap-rooted caudex up to 8 inches cm) wide from which…

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Euphorbia inermis medusae - This is the same plant used for hair on the stone head way back at the beginning.

Euphorbia flanaganii - Medusa's Head is an exotic succulent with multiple snake-like branches. Conical or cylindrical central caudex...

Euphorbia flanaganii - Medusa's Head

Euphorbia flanaganii - Medusa's Head is an exotic succulent with multiple snake-like branches. Conical or cylindrical central caudex.

Euphorbia caput-medusae (Medusa's Head) is a unique succulent plant with central tap-rooted caudex up to 8 inches (20 cm) wide from which...

Euphorbia caput-medusae - Medusa's Head

Euphorbia caput-medusae (Medusas Head) is a unique succulent plant with central tap-rooted caudex up to 8 inches cm) wide from which.

Succulent - Euphorbia caput-medusae  South Africa. ‘Medusa’s Head’. Multiple slender serpent-like stems arise from a short caudex. Growing to 20cm in diameter with masses of tiny yellow flowers. Sun/part sun.

‘Medusa’s Head’. Multiple slender serpent-like stems arise from a short caudex. Growing to in diameter with masses of tiny yellow flowers.

Huernia zebrina – Little Owl Eyes, Zebra-Stripped Huernia

Huernia zebrina – Little Owl Eyes, Zebra-Stripped Huernia

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Euphorbia suzanne

Euphorbia suzanne- slow growing cactus- like dwarf succulent from South Africa.

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Orbea variegata (Stapelia variegata) - Starfish Plant is a leafless, glabrous, clump-forming succulent perennial. The four-angled stems.

Succulent Plant. - DIY Dish Garden Set. Perfect Centerpiece. by SucculentOasis on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/94933557/succulent-plant-diy-dish-garden-set

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Euphorbia 'Medusa' forms a twisting, crawling mass of snake-like branches! This intriguing succulent from South Africa grows scaly arms that can reach 3 feet long. It's named for the Greek mythological monster who had snakes for hair.

Euphorbia caput-medusae forms a twisting, crawling mass of snake-like branches! This intriguing succulent from South Africa grows scaly arms that can reach 3 feet long. It's named for the Greek mythological monster who had snakes for hair.

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