Euphorbia debilispina


Characteristics & Description

Height, habit: 20 to 40 centimeters, herbaceous plant, shrub, tree
Life cycle: Annual, Perennial
Poisonous: Yes, all parts of the plant are slightly poisonous.
Origin: (distribution map)
USDA zone: 5 (-9.4 °F/-23 °C)


Name: Monstera (syn. )
Family: Araceae

Plant care
  1. Lighting: Full to part sun
  2. Soil: Regular cacti mix, crushed lava gravel, pumice gravel
  3. Watering: Allow to dry between the waterings, avoid waterlogging, water sparingly in winter
  4. Feeding: Liquid fertilizer monthly from spring to late summer
  5. Wintering: Temperate to cold at -15 °F to 59 °F (5 °C to 15 °C)

How to grow rapeseed sprouts

Soaking: No
Sprouting time: 2 to 6 days at 64-68 °F/18-20 °C
Harvest: After 7 to 10 days
Rinse/drain: 2 times per day
Germinators: Tray seed sprouter, glass sprouter
Harvest quantity: 1 cup of seeds yields 6 to 8 cups of sprouts.

How to use and store rapeseed sprouts

Eat raw: Yes
Aroma: The sprouts taste like a mixture of mustard and cabbage
Uses: Salad, vegetable dishes, herb curd, as a topping for bread as well as for decorating
Store: The sprouts remain fresh in the refrigerator for about 7 days. They are not suitable for freezing.

Nuts and Seeds

Botanical name: Aesculus parviflora
Popular name(s): Five
Family: Sapindaceae
Origin: Tropical
Height: 20 to 40 centimeters
Edible: Yes

Categories: Succulents | Euphorbiaceae

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