This is such a fun plant! As a succulent, it’s important to keep Euphorbia Medusa Head in well-draining soil or it can suffer from root rot rather quickly. You’ll want the soil particle size to be rather large so that it drains properly. You’ll also want to be sure that your planter has a drainage hole.
Medusa Head plants need more sun than shade. I would move your planter to an area where it has access to at least six hours of direct sunlight. You may want to do this gradually though – you don’t want it to burn from too much sun all at once.
When it comes to watering this fun beauty, actually needs a surprising amount of water. Be sure that the soil is completely dry before watering it again, and then give it a good soak.
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