Euphorbia geroldii

Euphorbia geroldii Rauh, Succulentes 17(1): 5 1994. ;

NE. Madagascar as per WCSP;


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Photo from Dr. Amit Mirgal : 9 posts by 4 authors. Attachments (1)
12.8.2018...I'd 
Location Ratnagiri Maharashtra

Was it cultivated or wild? 
Cultivated one 

Assuming the plant is unarmed, this (IMG-20180812-WA0023.jpg) would be Euphorbia geroldii Rauh [Euphorbiaceae]. It is not as common in cultivation (in Maharashtra) as its congener E. milii Des Moul.

Yes, the photo with flowers appears to be Euphorbia geroldii Rauh., a native of Madagascar, often cultivated in Indian gardens.




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