Euphorbia Leuconeura (Madacascar Jewel Plant): How to Grow Care
I was given a houseplant with a unique, square stem. New leaves come from the top of the plant, and it has small white flowers that appear at the base of each leaf where the leaf joins the stem. Any idea what this is called, and how I should look after it? Thanks!
Your plant looks like a Madagascar Jewel Plant (Euphorbia leuconeura). Here are some care instructions on how to grow a Madagascar Jewel plant as an indoor houseplant.
Light: bright indirect light, no direct sun.
Water: Water once a week in the spring and summer when the plant is actively growing or when the top 50% of the soil has dried out. Water every other week in the fall and winter or less if the soil has not dried out.