The Corn Cob is a columnar, cactus-like plant studded with occasional spikes that resemble toothpicks. Corncob Euphorbias are lined with raised tubercles that shrink in the dry season and swell when rehydrated. They are extremely drought tolerant and need great drainage. Water up to once a week in the summer and much lesser in the winter, allowing the soil to fully dry out between waterings.
Dimensions of Potted Plants: L x B x H ~ 4" x 4" x 5"
Growth Medium: Coco Peat
Pot Description: Square Plastic Pot
How to Care for Euphorbia Corn Cob Cactus
Light: Full sunlight
Water: Once in 7 days with protection from direct exposure to rain
Feed: Not required unless plant is growing actively
Indian Corn Cob, Corn Cob Plant, Corncob Euphorbia, Corncob Cactus