Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
An attractive fine foliage plant, in late summer 'Abbey Dore' gets to 'party' with large, slightly loose clusters of vivid sulphur yellow bracts that last well into early autumn.
Known as the Wood Spurge this is one of the most commonly grown evergreen Euphorbias. Available for Mail Order from April - August
Architectural and very striking, Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii is widely admired for its bold clumps of brush-like stems with narrow glaucous foliage and chunky clusters of lime green bracts.
The delicate foliage and wonderful green yellow flower bracts are a lovely sight in spring. Available for Mail Order from April - August
This Euphorbia's lime green flower bracts appear in spring, over purple-red feathery foliage. Available for Mail Order from April - August
A true small clump forming Spurge which is deciduous through the winter months. It reappears in late spring with the inflorescences. Available for Mail Order from April - August
This has to be one of my favourite plants in this genus - it creates wonderful clumps that slowly increase in size.
This select form of E. palustris, with bright lime green bracts over narrow dagger-like fresh green foliage with a pronounced central rib.Available for Mail Order from April - August
New to the nursery in 2017, E. seguieriana shone for its combination of feathery grey-green needle foliage and clusters of vivid lime-green bracts. Available for Mail Order from April - August
'Ascot Rainbow' produces cream and lime green flowers in late winter and spring over green leaves with cream edged variegation,. Available for Mail Order from April - August