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African Milk Tree, Euphorbia trigona 4" inch Pot, Red Original Color African Milktree, Red Cathedral Cactus Milk Tree, Well Rooted Starter

African Milk Tree, Euphorbia trigona 4" inch Pot, Red Original Color African Milktree, Red Cathedral Cactus Milk Tree, Well Rooted Starter

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You will receive plant(s) similar to the listing photos. All plants come potted with soil in a plastic pot. A general plant care tip guide will be given with every order.

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Plant Care Tips

PLANT CARE TIPS | Our Expert Advice for a Healthy Plant

- Don't place plants under direct sunlight. Long hours under the sun may result in sunburn.
- Keep plants out of extreme weather. Keep indoors until weather conditions improve.
- Perfect spots to keep your plants are at bright windows and shady sunny areas.
- Pieces that break off from the plant such as live stem parts, can be replanted into the soil and regrown. This works if the piece has a decent amount of viable live tissue. Some leafy plants can be grown through node cuttings.

Repotting Tips

- Try to avoid touching the roots as much as possible when repotting. It's not necessary to remove all the old soil. This step is important in determining how long it will take for your plant to settle in its new pot.
- Once transplanted in new soil, do not water for 2-3 days. During this time, the plant might wither a little, but is necessary in the establishment and growth of roots in the new potting container.
- While the plant gets adjusted to its new pot, do not place under direct sunlight. Keep it in a bright shady spot where it can avoid sunburn.

Nursery License

We operate under Florida House Plants LLC and BubbleBlooms is our registered trademark name.

General Nursery Stock Inspection Certificate Number: 48028193
Nematode Certificate Number: 3675
Certified Under Applicable Federal or State Cooperative Domestic Plant Quarantines FL-2591

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Ronald Lewis
Hoping this little guy makes it

I recieved my red milk plant a few weeks back, the the potting soil was all through the brown bag and roots just exposed. Got the little one in potting soil to cover the roots and water. Now the waiting game, hasn't lost any leaves and the ones drooping still attached. A conversation with it (2-3hrs a day) seem to be helping. (My frozen 6.5 inch milk plant has grown to 6ft3in in 4 years) so talking helps. Hopefully my Red milk plant grows at least 2in in the next 21 days , then I'll know it wants to grow on..(fingers crossed) wish I could add photos of my milk plants that I grew from nothing til today, would love everyone to see my frozen 7" one to over 6ft today since Nov. 2019

Rhonda Jackson
Red African Milk Yree

I love my plant it’s so pretty.It came to me in great shape healthy and securely wrapped and protected for the travel.