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Plant Identification: SOLVED: little guy: no name

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Vancouver, BC
(Zone 7a)

January 16, 2002
4:20 AM

Post #21292

any ideas?

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El Cerrito, CA

January 25, 2002
3:15 AM

Post #198662

Euphorbia. Do not know which sp. or cv though
North Vancouver, BC
(Zone 8a)

January 26, 2002
3:20 AM

Post #199265

Oh, Barb, does he ever look lonely..I'll try and find him a name...Euphorbia Meloformis(South Africa) grows, no more than 4-5" high...usually has ten ribs..good for us..I think we got it!!! Elaine
(Zone 6b)

January 30, 2002
4:50 PM

Post #201855

sorry, buts never a Euphorbia.
you cab test ityourself: if it's euphorbia, a little scracht, lose white milk!
it's an cactus: may a baby of melocactus?
Norwalk, IA
(Zone 5b)

February 5, 2002
3:14 AM

Post #205600

Not a euphorbia..the spines on all euphorbias are in opposite pairs along the stems.Its a cactus,its echinocactus grandis.The shape and the color gives it away.

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