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Pedilanthus macrocarpus



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About This Product

Botanical Name: Pedilanthus macrocarpus

Common Name: Lady's Slipper Euphorbia

A shrubby succulent with fleshy, upright stems and sparse leaves. Stems are bright green coated in a waxy, whitish film. Unusual, orange-red flowers bloom in spring and fall, attracting hummingbirds. Male flowers are showy and slipper-shaped. Female flowers have two bracts and an upper spur. Does well in containers. Drought tolerant. Native to Mexico.

USDA Zone: Zones 10

Sunset Zone: Zones 12, 13, 19 - 24

Mature Height: 3 - 5 feet

Mature Width: 3 - 5 feet

Light Needs: Full Sun, Filtered Sun, Partial Sun, Partial Shade, Shade

Water Needs: Low

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