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Euphorbia Obesa Cluster

$110.00

Each Euphorbia obesa plant showcases its own unique “stats” with variable shapes and patterns, adding intrigue and individuality to your botanical “card” collection. At San Pedro Source, we offer the original variety of Euphorbia obesa in both single plant form and clusters, providing options to suit your collecting preferences.

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Euphorbia Obesa Cluster

Step up to the plate and add the extraordinary Euphorbia obesa from San Pedro Source to your botanical collection. This remarkable succulent, also known as the “Baseball Plant,” is the original and authentic variety that is harder to find, making it a prized addition for collectors.

Each Euphorbia obesa plant showcases its own unique “stats” with variable shapes and patterns, adding intrigue and individuality to your botanical “card” collection. At San Pedro Source, we offer the original variety of Euphorbia obesa in both single plant form and clusters, providing options to suit your collecting preferences.

It’s worth noting that the original variety of Euphorbia obesa is rarer and more difficult to come by, making it a special find for avid collectors. By acquiring these plants from San Pedro Source, you can ensure that you are getting the authentic and elusive original variety for your collection.

Elevate your botanical “card” collection with the extraordinary Euphorbia obesa from San Pedro Source. Embrace the thrill of collecting and the captivating allure of these succulents, available in both single and clustered forms. Get ready to hit a home run with these remarkable plants that combine the love for collecting and the fascination of nature, and add a touch of rarity with the original variety of Euphorbia obesa.

Euphorbia Obesa

This is the original variety of Euphorbia Obesa. Seed grown so each one will have a natural variance. May Ship Bare Root.

Common names include: Baseball Plant, Basketball Plant, Sea Urchin Plant, Golf Ball Plant.

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