Euphorbia

Euphorbias are a varied genus of plants that include cacti-like succulents and the leathery-leaved wood spurges that we are more familiar with from our gardens. Most species produce tiny flowers surrounded by long-lasting, conspicuous bracts. These appear in various colours - red, purple, yellow and the glorious acid-green that we most associate with euphorbias. In autumn the foliage of many species, particularly some Chinese ones, turns brilliant red, orange, purple and yellow.
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Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii

Evergreen plant with large, dense, yellow-green flowerheads.
£8.00

Euphorbia cyparissias 'Fen's Ruby'

Dwarf Euphorbia for dry sun or shade: fine foliage and yellow flowers (bracts).
£6.00

Euphorbia cyparissias 'Fen's Ruby'

Dwarf Euphorbia for dry sun or shade: fine foliage and yellow flowers (bracts).
£6.00

Euphorbia x martini

Strong upright red-tinged stems with long-lasting yellow-green 'flowers'.
£8.00