Common Names: Frilled Fan, Crested Elkhorn, Crested Candelabra Plant, Coral Cactus, Crested Euphorbia.
Description: The Frilled Fan is a crested succulent variety. Crested succulents are like their original counterparts but with a genetic mutation causing them to grow with an intricate fan-like structure. Crested succulents are extremely rare and highly sought after.
Flowers: Very insignificant – These euphorbias are not known for their flowers, they mostly go unnoticed. This species is valued for its unique structure more so than it’s flowers.
Size: Small bush reaching 1m tall.
Growing Season: Summer
Origin: The Euphorbia genus stems from Africa, however this cultivar is of garden origin.
Positioning: Full sun to part shade.
Care Instructions: Allow soil to dry out completely in between thorough watering.
NOTE: Euphorbia’s are for ornamental purposes only. The milky sap can be toxic and can cause adverse reactions if it comes into contact with the skin or eyes. Do not ingest. Euphorbias do not typically require pruning or maintenance, but take care when handling.