1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006

Indian corn cob

Euphorbia mammillaris var. variegata

A cactus-like plant studded with spikes and lined with raised tubercles that shrink in the dry season and swell when rehydrated. They are extremely drought tolerant and need good drainage. Water up to once a week in the summer and up to once a month in the winter, allowing the soil to fully dry out between waterings. With plenty of space and sun plants can reach up to a foot tall and will sprout new branches from the base.