The Levuvhu Euphorbia (Euphorbia rowlandii) is native to South Africa and Zimbabwe. It was named after the Levubu River (Levuvhu River) from the South African province of Limpopo. It grows shrubby and can reach up to two meters in height.
On the pictures you can see a rooted cutting. I use pure pumice gravel as substrate, it is allowed to dry out between waterings.
The position is full sun and offers Euphorbia rowlandii at least four sun hours daily, if it shines. Wintering is done at 15 to 20 °C.
For feeding I use organic liquid fertilizer for vegetables. As for all my houseplants.