Euphorbia Stenoclada is native to Madagascar and Mozambique Channel Islands.
This type of succulent is super rare. It can grow from 1 to 4.5 inches tall with a flat-topped crown of branches. It looks like a loose pile of fat snowflakes. Some Euphorbia Stenoclada’s are spineless, others are armed, leading authorities to describe them as district variety and forms falsely.
Euphorbia Stenoclada prefers full to partial sunlight. It is extremely heat temperature tolerant, meaning it doesn’t mind too much sunlight. If you place the plant indoors, you might need to dedicate some time to put it outdoors to get enough sunlight. Sunlight, like watering, and the type of soil used are crucial to the health of this plant. Euphorbia Stenoclada is USDA hardy at zones 10a, 10b, and 11a. Its cold tolerance temperatures are from 30 to 35 degrees Fahrenheit.
Just like most succulents, Euphorbia Stenoclada only needs regular watering. Just be sure to avoid the water staying too long on the soil. You will have to avoid excessive watering. Sadly, most succulents die due to overwatering than due to dehydration. It is ideal for any succulent lover to use the soak and dry method when watering. For the pot, choose a container with enough drainage holes. A proper pot for your plant helps the water flow continuously and avoids clogging your container.