Thorns

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Thanks to Jientje from Heaven is in Belgium I was able to identify this flower. The name is Euphorbia Milii /Crown-of-thorns or Christ plant/.
Thanks to Prospero from Serendipitous Garden we identified this green sticks 🙂 Turned out it is another Euphorbia – this one is Tirucalli /Pencil Cactus/. Thank you to my blogging friends!
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18 Responses to “Thorns”

  1. felisol Says:

    Beautiful roses, well protected by the thorns.
    Reminds me of a German song by Goethe, “Das Heidenröslein.”
    From Felisol

  2. Your EG Tour Guide Says:

    Such pretty red blossoms! The thorns looks sharp though!

  3. Leora Says:

    That is very prickly! I won’t be touching, OK? Pretty red for Ruby Tuesday.

  4. Ralph Says:

    Thorns…they seem to exist to prevent anyone from picking the lovely flower. A possessive thorny trap. The thorns – ugly. The flower, a true beauty! Excellent capture!

  5. Martha Says:

    Ouch, those look like they would REALLY hurt!

    My Ruby Tuesday

  6. happilyretired Says:

    Oh my … Looks like those would HURT big time but the blossom is lovely.
    Hugs and blessings,

  7. magicalmysticalteacher Says:

    Among the sharp thorns
    tantalizing flowers bloom—
    but who dares pick them?

    My Ruby Tuesday

  8. hip chick Says:

    that doesn’t look like a very friendly flower! Pretty though.

  9. Hootin' Anni Says:

    The thorns?—-lethal, but the flower?——-gorgeous.

    For my Ruby Tuesday, I went and stuck my foot in it!!! Stop by to visit if you can…have a great day.

  10. AuntieE Says:

    What a neat plant. Haven’t seen one before. lovely color. Happy Ruby Tuesday

  11. dianne Says:

    I really love the second shot!!
    so much going on there, I feel as if I’m watching it grow

  12. Carletta Says:

    OUCH!
    Nice prickly shot!

  13. Elaine Ling Says:

    This plant is pretty at the same time it screams out Ooouch!!! 🙂

  14. Jientje Says:

    My parents used to have one ( or more ) of those when I was a child. They called it “Jesusthorne”. They said that the crown Jesus had to wear when he was to be crucified was made out of them. I don’t know.

  15. Jientje Says:

    Euphorbia!!! Yes, correct. And now I remember the drops of white liquid, so typical for Euphorbia plants too!. Thanks for adding my name to this post!

  16. Prospero Says:

    Hi Ellie.

    I think you have two Euphorbias in your pot. The other one is Euphorbia tirucalli or Pencil Cactus.

  17. Maria Berg Says:

    It is good to have friends helping out with plants name. I have the finger one and I did not know the name, thank you, MB

  18. Baron's Life Says:

    Wow and the legs look good too

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