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|Euphorbia decaryi var. spirosticha are from madagascar. The plant has long, subterranean, rooting stolons, their leaves reduced to scales. Areal shoots are erected, somewhat curved, up to 1 cm thick, with pale redish bark with scars after deciduous leaves. Leaves are arranged in spiral rows (spirosticha) unlike E. decaryi var. decaryi, which leaves are in vertical rows. Leaves are deciduous, in growing season arranged in a terminal rosette. This information is from botany.czThey have a short 2 mm long petiole, which is channeled and widens into a lanceolate, acute, succulent, involute blade with strongly undulate margins. Cyathia are small, 5–7 mm in diameter, drooping or nodding, off-white to pinkish colour and usually occurring in pairs. This Euphorbia is of easy culture and can be propagated by splitting or cuttings. This information is from botany.cz|