Indian Corn Cob is a succulent columnar, cactus-like plant studded with occasional spikes that resemble toothpicks. 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. 

Euphorbia - Mammillaris Mastix 2.5''