Crown of Thorn Plant

The Crown of Thorn plant is alive and well at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa in Phoenix. I had never seen this plant before and thought the delicate flowers on these rather scary looking stems was quite interesting.

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Have an enjoyable Saturday,

Candice~Marie

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11 thoughts on “Crown of Thorn Plant

  1. Interesting that you should put this up as only last night we were out to dinner and while waiting outside to get a table I saw one of these plants and my friend pointed out the thorns to me. It was also covered with red blossoms. Great photos as usual. Thanks!

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  2. hello candice-marie its dennis the vizsla dog hay my dada sez crown of thorns is wun of the first sukkyoolent plants he planted heer at owr howse in oshunside!!! but he faild to tayk into akkownt that we liv at the bottom of a kanyon and we git frost and so the frost killd the crown of thorns and all his other luvly euphorbia plants wotever those ar!!! now he just admires them wen he sees them in playses wot do not git frost!!! ok bye

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    1. I call that live and learn, LOL! Happened something similar many a time in my garden. Good to know because I would have bought Crown of Thorn if I saw it at Lowe’s and it would go the same way because we get a little frost, too. Thanks for the heads up on that one!

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