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Caring for Euphorbia Obesa - Baseball Plant

Welcome to the quirky world of Euphorbia obesa, affectionately known as the Baseball Plant. This little guy is as odd as it is charming, with its spherical shape and fascinating patterns that make it a standout in any succulent collection. Native to South Africa, Euphorbia obesa is not just a conversation starter but also a drought-tolerant trooper that's surprisingly easy to care for. Ready to add a pinch hitter to your plant lineup? Let’s dive into the care and propagation playbook for Euphorbia obesa. If you would like to add one to your collection you can find one here . The Basics of Euphorbia Obesa Care Sunlight Strategy: Euphorbia obesa loves basking in the sun but appreciates a little shade during the hottest part of the day, especially in scorching climates. A spot that gets bright, indirect light for most of the day is ideal. Indoors, a south or west-facing window will make your little baseball happy. Watering Game Plan: This plant is a pro at storing water in its round

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