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    • Euphorbia nicaeensis

      E. nicaeensis a bushy, evergreen perennial with leathery, blue-grey leaves, 7cm long, on reddish upright or sprawling stems. From late spring to midsummer it produces yellow-green flowerheads in terminal clusters up to 12cm wide

    • Euphorbia ingens

      E. ingens is a fast-growing, succulent tree capable of reaching 15m, but is usually grown as a pot plant. Thebranching, leafless stems have four or five vertical ridges bearing small spines. Mature plants can produce greenish-yellow flowers at the branch tips, followed by dark red to purple fruit

    • Euphorbia fimbriata

      E. fimbriata is a leafless succulent with one or more upright, deeply ribbed, sparsely spiny, grey-green stems which may develop branches. Small, yellowish-green, purple or deep red flowers appear near branch tips in winter

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  • Read more about a euphorbia that looks great in June at RHS Garden Hyde Hall / RHS Gardening

    This Euphorbia achieves this through its foliage, which consists of narrow, dark green leaves, which have a very prominent white central midrib and striking white veining running through the leaf...This Euphorbia likes deep, humus-rich and moisture-retentive soil that doesn?t dry out during the summer months...This Euphorbia also works well in a mixed border where it can be repeated through a scheme as a linking element and it contrasts well with perennial salvias such as Salvia nemorosa ?Lubecca...

  • Read about RHS Garden Hyde Hall's May Plant of the Month / RHS Gardening

    Euphorbia palustris (marsh spurge) belongs in the second category, as it enjoys growing in soil that stays permanently moist...Euphorbia palustris is a robust, clump-forming perennial and, as its new shoots emerge from the plant's base in mid spring, they form into bright yellow flowerheads, 15cm (6in) across...The bright yellow bushy Euphorbia palustris in the background

  • See The M&G Garden 2017 at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 / RHS Gardening

    Acid green flowers of giant fennel and euphorbia soften the scene

  • See The Morgan Stanley Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 / RHS Gardening

    The soft forms of familiar garden plants such as euphorbia, fennel and lupins contrast with the formality of the clipped hornbeam hedge and the pieces yew topiary

  • The Morgan Stanley Garden, 2017, People's Choice Garden of the Decade / RHS Gardening

    The soft forms of familiar garden plants such as euphorbia, fennel and lupins contrast with the formality of the clipped hornbeam hedge and the yew topiary

  • Poinsettia / RHS Gardening

    Euphorbia pulcherrima ?Silver Star? - dusky pink bracts and variegated leaves...Poinsettia ( Euphorbia pulcherrima) is considered to be considerably less toxic than other Euphorbia species

  • RHS Garden Hyde Hall blog: March plant of the month / RHS Gardening

    A slightly more unusual species to look out for is Euphorbia rigida AGM , a sprawling evergreen perennial that reaches up to 1.2m (4ft) across...This particular species of euphorbia is native to the Mediterranean, Turkey and Iran and loves to be grown in the sunniest situation possible and in a fertile, very well drained soil...Euphorbia rigida thrives on the Dry Garden environment, where it loves being baked by the sun all day long, and as it faces due south any frost we receive quickly lifts

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