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Euphorbia 'Devil's Backbone'Euphorbia tithymaloides
USDA Hardiness Zones: 9-11 (outdoors)
Euphorbia Tithymaloides, also known as the Devil’s Backbone, is a succulent plant found in Southern Africa. The name “devil’s backbone” comes from the plant’s spiny appearance, which resembles a spinal column. In 1887, Norwegian botanist Vahl named this plant Euphorbias Tithymaloides after a Greek word meaning “fiery spine.”
Please note: Toxic to humans, cats and dogs if ingested
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Most orders ship USPS with the packing methods pictured below. Larger orders may ship FedEx. *Please note that we have additional packing procedure for tall, big, and multiple plants. Tall/ big plants are stabilized with a wooden stick and shipped using special inserts that lock in houseplants.
We will replace any houseplant that fails to thrive within 30 days of placing your order. Replacement plant shipping cost is at the customer’s expense. Proof of failure may be requested in the form of a picture sent to our customer service team. Houseplants are not included in the 1 year tree guarantee.