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Seattle Garden Ideas: Euphoric Over Euphorbia

Euphorbia characias wulfenii OK, "euphoric" might be an exaggeration - I don't necessarily feel euphoric when I see one of these. I just...

Euphorbia pseudoglobosa (False Globose Spurge)  #euphorbia #succulentopedia #succulents #CactiAndSucculents #succulent #SucculentPlant #SucculentPlants #SucculentCollection #SucculentGarden #DesertPlants

Euphorbia pseudoglobosa is a dwarf spineless succulent that forms a thick mat, up to 8 inches (20 cm) in diameter, of segmented stems. It has a caudex up...

29 Most Popular Types of Euphorbia Varieties | Balcony Garden Web

There are many spurge species that come in quirky shapes and sizes. Here are the Most Popular Types of Euphorbia Varieties you can grow!

Euphorbia trigona o planta de la leche: características, cuidados y reproducción - Jardinatis

¿Conocéis la Euphorbia trigona? Esta planta, más conocida como árbol africano de leche o cactus catedral, no es un cactus, aunque lo parezca. Os contamos sus curiosidades (que son muchas) y las claves para mantenerlo en perfecto estado.

Euphorbia Aeruginosa

Finally, some new growth has begun at the tips of the stems of my tiny four-inch Euphorbia aeruginosa (minor). Since nothing happened last year, and we're already two months into summer now, I was starting to worry that my watering schedule had somehow contributed to its lack of growth. I kept it dry all winter, a necessity for this South African summer growing succulent, but then I thought perhaps I had stunted it by withholding water too long. Seeing the new growth is a relief, because I…

Euphorbia polychroma (Cushion Spurge) - Prairie Gardens

Commonly called Cushion Spurge, which is a mounding, clump-forming perennial. It is most often used as being best for borders. Winner of the prestigious Award of Garden Merit, in 1993, by the Royal Horticultural Society. It is easy to care for, resilient to most pests and diseases. This plant is long lived and incredibly showy. It grows in an attractive dome shaped and bears dense, flattened golden-yellow flowers with chrome-yellow bracts at the ends of the stems from mid to late Spring. It…

Euphorbia Trigona Rubra

Euphorbia Trigona RubraDe Euphorbia Trigona Rubra is de paarse zus van de Euphorbia Trigona. Eigenlijk alles wat groen is bij de Euphorbia Trigona is paars bij deze Euphorbia variant. Het uiterlijk

Euphorbia ‘Blackbird’ | my friends are always floored when they see this in my garden so I’m sharing it. dark, dark purple and shades of teal topped by neon green when it blooms. I have 8 planted at the feet of my Picea orientalis ‘Skylands’ (Yellow Oriental Spruce). prolly the coolest plants in my garden.

Euphorbia Blackbird - Common name:Cushion Spurge - Compact bushy dark purple evergreen foliage even darker if in full sun. Upper bracts of Euphorbia Blackbird are bright yellow-green in spring in glorious contrast to the dark foliage. Makes a good container specimen.

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¿Conocéis la Euphorbia Characias? Es una planta que florece a finales del invierno de forma espectacular. Es una opción muy interesante para tener en el jardín o la terraza ya que es muy resistente y de fácil cuidado y cultivo. Esta variedad de Euphorbia es una planta rústica de origen mediterráneo y encaja en toda la península ibérica. Si queréis alegrar de un color vistoso vuestra terraza, esta planta exterior es una opción que deberíais plantearos. #jardinatis #EuphorbiaCharacias
Euphorbia Tithymaloides, also known as the Devil’s Backbone, is a succulent plant found in Southern Africa. The name “devil’s backbone” comes from the plant’s spiny appearance, which resembles a spinal column. In 1887, Norwegian botanist Vahl named this plant Euphorbias Tithymaloides after a Greek word meaning “fiery spine.”