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Euphorbia lambii

Euphorbia lambii , Photo: Michael Lahanas

Cladus: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Divisio: Magnoliophyta
Classis: Magnoliopsida
Ordo: Malpighiales
Familia: Euphorbiaceae
Subfamilia: Euphorbioideae
Tribus: Euphorbieae
Subtribus: Euphorbiinae
Genus: Euphorbia
Species: Euphorbia lambii


Euphorbia lambii Svent.

Euphorbia lambii , Photo: Michael Lahanas

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Euphorbia lambii

Euphorbia lambii, also sometimes called the Tree Euphorbia[1], is a species of spurge native to La Gomera in the Canary Islands.[2][3] Like many Euphobias, parts of the plants are poisonous if ingested.[4] The plant grows well in USDA zones 9b-11.[4][1] It can grow to a height of 6-10 feet (1.82-3.04 meters), but if potted, it can be kept relatively small.[1][3]


1. ^ a b c Annie's Annuals: Tree Euphorbia
2. ^ Desert Tropicals: Euphorbia lambii
3. ^ a b Daniel's Specialty Nursery: Euphorbia
4. ^ a b Dave's Garden: Detailed information on Spurge Euphorbia lambii

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