What is the plant
The Coral cactus at first glance kind of looks like a lettuce, and a type of coral reef which is where it's name originates from. This plant that has been transfigured making it very unique, and is really an African succulent.
It's not a genuine cactus; it just gets the name based on similarities which is the stem (main trunk) and it is cared for in a similar way. It's actually a African succulent from the Euphorbia genus and Euphorbiaceae family that has been mutated to create one plant type from two. It very much looks like coral reef with crinkled sort of cabbage leaves (green, white, yellow with pink, ruby or purple edges) and a green thick stem. The coral plant may not be everyone's ideal looking plant, however, some growers love the unusual types and this is quite unique.
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