An erect form, from
Copenhagen Botanical Garden.
This member of the
Euphorbiaceae family was described by William Aiton in 1789. It is found in
Northern Africa and on the Canary Islands, growing in grit nor an
other well drained soil with some water and lots of light. The stem can grow to
fifteen centimetres in diameter,
and up to 200 centimetres height. The flowers are pale green.
This might not be called a