Euphorbia meloformis
Euphorbia meloformisEuphorbia obesa
Euphorbia meloformis is quite common in cultivation, though less so than its relative E. obesa. Both species need male and female plants in order to set seed, though they will cross with each other and hybrids are not uncommon. The plants pictured are a male E. meloformis and a female E. obesa.

Photographs by : John Ellis

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