Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Euphorbia trigona, known as the African Milk Tree (because of the milky sap contained in the stems) is an easy-care indoor plant that comes from Africa. In tropical Africa, it is commonly planted as a ritual plant and as a protective hedge near villages. Euphorbia lactea is sometimes confused with Euphorbia trigona. If the plant is growing fast and its current container is not size-appropriate anymore, it is recommended to change it in spring. Best form in strong light. Reply. A Euphorbia trigona is a fun, and low maintenance houseplant which does well if you have enough light. document.write('
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