Something About White Wax Flower Plant

White wax flowers are also called "Euphorbia Cerifera" and they are a member of the Euphorbia family. They are native to the Mediterranean region and can be found in many countries such as Italy, Croatia, Greece, Portugal, Algeria and Morocco.

The white wax flower is a type of succulent plant that grows in clusters that have a distinctive star shape. The plant has small leaves that grow in pairs with a white outer edge. It also has yellow-green flowers on long stalks that grow from the center of each cluster.

Wax flowers are also known as eucalyptus, bayberry or bayberry tree. They are a bushy plant that can grow up to 10 feet in height and width.

The white wax flower is a small shrub that grows to about 5 feet in height and width. It has the appearance of a white wax candle and hence its name. The leaves of the plant are oval shaped, shiny green and grow on long stems from the stem with an opposite arrangement. The flowers of the plant are small and white with five petals on them which turn red when they mature.

The plants produce a lot of nectar which attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds to it for pollination purposes.