Euphorbia Triangularis

A wonderfully simple to care for, undemanding succulent with architectural structure and beauty. Euphorbia triangularis has a thick, central stem, with branching off-shoots that store water, hence its common name Chandelier Tree. Out of Africa and direct to your interior designs.


  • Nursery pot size: 17cm
  • Height (approx.): 55cm


Fancy a lovely pot to put this beauty in? Here is our collection of pots which fit 17cm - 23cm nursery pots.


Sending as a gift? Pimp your plant gift by adding one of our beautiful botanical greeting cards, made by us in collaboration with local artist extraordinaire, Kate Summerville. 


  • Natural habitat: They are originally from central Africa.
  • Light: Loves bright direct sunlight, A west or south facing windowsill is ideal.
  • Watering: Water when the soil dries out then give a good soaking. Water less in winter.
  • Temperature:  Tolerant of average to warm room temperatures but keep away from draughts.
  • Pets: Toxic to pets. Keep out of reach. The sap is a skin irritant.


Note: All our plants are unique, the plant you receive might not be identical to the one photographed but we're sure you're going to love it either way!


*Price is for plant only - does not include decorative pot.

Euphorbia Triangularis

£26.00 Regular Price
£19.50Sale Price
Out of Stock

We can only deliver to Isle of Man addresses. Any orders placed for delivery off island will be cancelled and refunded.

We offer local doorstep deliveries island wide.​

Worried about not being in? No need, we're happy to leave your plant in a safe place. In the shed, under the red bin, with a neighbour, wherever suits you! Just leave us a note at the checkout.

We make deliveries every Wednesday and Saturday, your preferred day can be selected in the drop-down menu at the checkout. If neither of these work for you, get in touch and we'll see if can arrange something. Likewise, if you would like a plant to be delivered as a gift on a day other than Wednesday or Saturday, please get in touch and we'll see what we can do!