Crown of Thorns ‘euphorbia milii’ Photography

Crown of Thorns (euphorbia milii) is an incredible houseplant since it alters well to dry indoor conditions and room temperatures. For the best consideration and results, place this succulent close to a window where it can get around three to four hours of daylight daily. In Thailand there is a legend that the quantity of blossoms that sprout on a crown of thistles predicts the eventual fate of the plant-guardian. In this way, you can make a point to take great consideration of this one. Hope you will like the photographs of Crown of Thorns (euphorbia milii Photography) .

Crown of Thorns  euphorbia mili
Two petal red flowers
Crown of Thorns  euphorbia milii
Crown of Thorns  euphorbia mili
Small red two petal flowers Crown of Thorns  euphorbia mili
Crown of Thorns  euphorbia mili
Crown of Thorns  euphorbia milii
Crown of Thorns  euphorbia milii

85 thoughts on “Crown of Thorns ‘euphorbia milii’ Photography

  1. Very Strikingly Unique Beautiful Plant with a most significant name! I love succulents and have a huge Christmas Tree Cactus in a south facing heavy sunlight window which had a piece of a branch got knocked off a couple of years ago which by the time I realized it the branch was wilted and drying out looking hopeless; and then I got it to root well in water, gave it a happy soil mixture to flourish and that it did; so now there are two of these beauties in the window.

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  2. Very Strikingly Unique Beautiful Plant with a most significant name! I love succulents and have a huge Christmas Tree Cactus in a south facing heavy sunlight window which had a piece of a branch get knocked off a couple of years ago which by the time I realized it the branch was wilted and drying out looking hopeless; and then I got it to root well in water, gave it a happy soil mixture to flourish and that it did; so now there are two of these beauties in the window.

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      1. I couldn’t agree with you more! I see how doing these simple basic caring things for simple yet beautiful creations is a miracle and the sense of providing care or even fostering a life is awesome! I also believe this has a restorative effect on us humans to be involved in such a giving process! Keep up the good work and, God Bless You and Yours.

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