Crown of Thorns Euphorbia Miili Mini Crown of Thorns Crown of Thorns Flowering Cactus 12 cm Pot Special Species
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Crown of Thorns features
The crown of thorns is one of the plants that is very easy to care for. Crown of thorns (Euphorbia milii), also known as "Christmas thorn, king crown, bride's mother-in-law flower, crown of thorns", is one of the flowers that can be easily grown at home.
The Crown of Thorns (Euphorbia milii) is a thorny plant. These spines are not for self-protection, but for water retention and climbing to reach the sun. The shrub-shaped branches of the crown of thorns can grow up to 2 meters with their leaves.
Crown of Thorns care
If the crown of thorns isn't blooming, it means it's not getting enough sun. It will bloom in a bright and sunny environment. It will be very happy, especially in front of a south-facing window. At least 6 hours of sunlight a day will be good for the crown of thorns. However, it should be kept away from direct sunlight in summer.
How should Crown of Thorns be irrigated?
This plant, which can meet its water needs with the humidity in the air, should be watered in the summer months, that is, during the flowering period, so that the soil remains moist. In winter, this amount can be reduced. If you live in a humid area, spraying its leaves with water every day will support its growth.
Crown of Thorns pruning
When pruning the crown of thorns, you should use a knife, not scissors. In this way, you will prevent the tissues from being crushed. You should prune in the spring, close to the time of awakening. You can prune the branches that have developed together frequently. Excessive pruning, that is, pruning without leaving the tips, can be dangerous. You should only prune a third of it.