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Euphorbia and cacti are both succulent plants, often mistaken for each other due to their similar adaptations to arid environments. However, they hail from different botanical families: Euphorbias from the Euphorbiaceae and cacti from the Cactaceae. Euphorbias are widespread, native to various continents, while cacti are primarily native to the Americas. Euphorbias might exude a…
Euphorbia, a diverse genus with over 2,000 species, is renowned for its unique appearance and low-maintenance requirements. Ranging from shrubby trees to succulent-like plants, euphorbias are versatile, making them suitable for various garden settings and indoor environments. Most species prefer well-drained soil, a critical factor to prevent root rot. When planting, one should be cautious…
Euphorbia, a diverse genus with over 2,000 species, is often mistakenly referred to as “cacti” due to its spiky appearance. However, these plants hail from the Euphorbiaceae family, not the Cactaceae where true cacti reside. This resemblance is a result of convergent evolution, where both evolved similarly due to environmental conditions. Notable Euphorbia species include…
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