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Name: Betsy
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Jan 31, 2015 3:19 PM CST
Saw this at Lowe's and after researching it; found that it is really an euphorbia. This plant is the result of grafting Euphorbia lactea and euphobia neriifolia. The fan-shaped E. lactea is grafted onto the cactus root stock. You can see the V-shaped grafting in the photo.
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Name: Tiffany
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Feb 2, 2015 10:16 AM CST
They're also often grafted to Plumeria root stock. I'm not familiar with the E. neriifolia, but the trunk of your cool plant looks a lot like Plumeria.
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