3 years old, and 5-8
branches, each 40 centimetres. Total two metres tall.
during the first winter.
flowers opens - they are not much bigger.
are fare from using the pots.
around 65 centimetres a year. 2. year.
This member of the Euphorbiaceae
family was described by Peter René Oscar Bally from a cultivated
specimen. The area of origin; Ruaha Valley; Malolo in the Kilosa District of Tanzania, was only found in
1990. It is little more than a square kilometre and is now turned
into grassing land. It is limestone, and it receives quite some
water and sun.
plant is under real pressure in the wild, and will probably be
extinct within a few years.
One of the small flowers.
regularly, the leaves remains for years.
As most of
the Euphorbias, the sap is white.