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Euphorbia is a witch who attends Cloud Tower. She is also the sister of Ververine and Gerbera.


Euphorbia is a light skinned girl with dark red pinkish hair and lipstick of the same color. She has bangs and two straight strands on each side of her head. Her eyes are blue. Euphorbia wears dark eyeshadow, a light blue cropped shirt with a big collar, two brown bands on each of her arms, khaki baggy pants, and high-heeled light brown boots.


She is shown to get along well with other witches, but like most witches she dose not like fairies. As shown in season 2 when she does not want to work with the Winx Club. But she dose fear Griffin a bit since when Mirta mentioned how Griffin would punish Euphorbia for not working with the Winx Club, she is taken a back and looks shocked. She also may care for animals, as Valtor disguised as a fawn Euphorbia was one of the witches to go comfort him.  



In “The Show Must Go On!,” she is seen in Red Fountain’s courtyard. She is later seen cheering during Musa’s concert.

In "Twinning with the Witches," she is seen attending Basic Witchcraft 101. Later, she, Endora, Tabitha, Samantha, Lucy, and Shilly team up with the Winx to discuss ways to protect the Codex from the Trix. Later, she is seen in Zarathustra’s class.

In "Alfea Under Siege,” she is seen walking the halls of Cloud Tower. She then goes out to greet Valtor, disguised as a fawn. Valtor reveals himself and he casts a mind-control spell on her.

In "The Wizards' Challenge," she is seen with her classmates running in fear as the Mark of Valtor appears in the sky.

In "The Legendarium" She makes a cameo appearance at Cloud Tower.

Magical Abilities

Like all witches, her powers are derived from the negative aspects of magic. Euphorbia may know some basic, first-level spells that all witches can use, such as telekinesis, transmuting objects, and fixing minor messes. Like all witches, she can fly.


  • Her name may be derived from the word "euphoria", an excited state of joy.
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