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Crown Of Thorns Plant Froze: Can A Crown Of Thorns Survive A Freeze

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Native to Madagascar, crown of thorns is a desert plant suitable for growing in the warm climates of USDA plant hardiness zones 9b through 11. Can a crown of thorns plant survive a freeze? Learn more about dealing with crown of thorns cold damage in this article.

Crown Of Thorns Has Spots: Treating A Crown Of Thorns With Leaf Spot

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Bacterial leaf spot on crown of thorns causes unsightly lesions. They can become larger and merge, completely destroying leaf tissue and ultimately causing a plant to die. If you’re seeing spots on your crown of thorns, this article can help.

Cutting Back Crown Of Thorns: How To Prune A Crown Of Thorns Plant

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Most types of crown of thorns have a natural, branching growth habit, so extensive crown of thorns pruning isn?t generally needed. However, some fast-growing or bushier types may benefit from pruning or thinning. Click here to learn the basics of pruning crown of thorns.

Crown Of Thorns Euphorbia: Tips On Growing Crown Of Thorns Outdoors

By Teo Spengler

Heat tolerant and drought resistant, the crown of thorns plant is a real gem. Usually seen as houseplants, you can plant crown of thorns in the garden in warm climates. For tips about growing crown of thorns outdoors, this article will help.

Crown Of Thorns Plant Propagation – How To Propagate Crown Of Thorns

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Crown of thorns plant propagation is generally through cuttings, which is a fast method of establishing the plant. They can produce seed if they bloom, but germination is fickle and it is much easier to establish plants from cuttings. This article will help.

Euphorbia Crown Of Thorns Growing: Learn About Crown Of Thorns Houseplant Care

By Jackie Carroll

In the right setting, Euphorbia crown of thorns bloom almost year round. So if you're looking for a plant that thrives in the conditions inside most homes, try the crown of thorns plant. Read here for more info.

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