The euphorbia being one of the most diverse and largest flowering species of the plant kingdom, it is only fair that their nurturing techniques be equally diverse.
Fertilization is done only after 2 months from planting euphorbias. Neem cakes and cow patties make for some of the best organic fertilizers. It is advised to not use compost which has very high moisture retention. This could result in a number of unforeseen diseases that affects the root and stem. Two grams of potash dissolved in 1 liter of water should be sprayed on the plants once every week. Replant the plant to bigger flower-pots every year. These pots will help accommodate the mature roots better. Be careful not to damage any of the plant parts during replanting. Damaged roots should be cut and trimmed during this stage., Also be sure to add a brand new soil mixture for the new pot. This will help sustain the plant longer.
Pruning should be done regularly in order to promote the growth of new branches and flowers in the euphorbia. But too much of it could result in stunted growth. The Euphorbia plant species thrive in hot sunlight and wet weathers equally well.
The plants grown adhering to the above mentioned conditions are sure to produce bright colored flowers that lasts for days. Watering of the euphoria depend on day-to-day climatic conditions. Watering can be done once or twice a day. Euphorbia cultivation is possible only in places with sufficient sunlight. Humid conditions are not favorable for euphorbia and can result in a weaker yield. Thorny shrubs under this genus are popular decorative plants.