Plant Pest Species Spotlight: Euphorbia maculata

Last Updated on January 19, 2022 by Tennille Herron

Euphorbia maculata, or spotted sandmat, is a native landscape weed of the Southeastern United States.

This plant pest is toxic to livestock and is a major agricultural plant pest. Be sure to remove this plant from the landscape, commercial nurseries or container gardens when found.

More information on spotted sandmat can be found on our Euphorbia maculata species page.

Finding weeds in your landscape or nursery? Be sure to use our “Weed ID” website which sorts species by flower color for easy identification.


Posted: October 5, 2021

Category: Horticulture
Tags: Chris Marble, Euphorbia Maculata, Marble, Weed, Weed Identification, Weed Science, Weeds

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