Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Euphorbia symmetrica

Now considered by many authorities to be a subspecies of Euphorbia obesa, these were seeded as E. symmetrica. For the novice - or even the expert - it's pretty difficult to tell the difference. Right now, these are getting through our grey days without much sun to bring out the colors. Even when it is sunny, as it has been quite often this winter, the angle of the sun is too low to make much of a difference. Ah, but later this spring...


  1. Lucky you! The weather in Oregon must be pretty good despite those grey days. Mine have been asleep for 3 months and they still have 3 more to go. I really miss spring :/

  2. Lutero simplemente geniales son muy hermosas y aunque no se note bien la diferencia me encanta, un abrazo.