How do you take care of Euphorbia Mammillaris?

They are drought tolerant and need great drainage. Water once a week in the summer and up to once a month in the winter, allowing the soil to fully dry out between waterings. With plenty of space and sunlight, Indian Corn Cob can reach 1 foot tall and sprout new branches from its base.

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Beside above, how do you propagate Euphorbia Mammillaris?

Propagation: It is easy to propagate by cuttings in late spring to summer, just take a cutting of the plant let it dry for 1 or 2 weeks and stuff it in the ground (preferably dry, loose, extremely well draining soil). Warning: All Euphorbias contain a white sap that can be irritating to eyes and mucous membranes.

Consequently, how big do corn cob cactus get?

8-10 inches

Also know, why is my corn cob cactus turning brown?

When a cactus starts to turn brown and mushy at the top, it likely has something called tip rot (aka cactus stem rot). Basically that means that your cactus is rotting. Cactus stem rot will spread quickly if nothing is done about it. Once a cactus starts rotting top down, it won’t stop.

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