This euphorbia is an unusual succulent from South Africa. It has rounded spineless segments that generate further segments. Looking a bit like a cluster of small balls. It is easy to propagate, removing these balls and placing on dry soil to root and grow a new plant.
As the plant matures it will become woody and look a bit like a tree.
Euphorbia globosa, is also known as a Globose Spurge.
Water sparingly, not at all during winter. Place in a nice bright, sunny spot. Slow to grow and will remain compact.
The sap on Euphorbia is an skin irratant and is toxic if eaten. Delivered in a 8cm hanging plactic pot.