Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Neat and bushy, 'Grey Hedgehog' resembles a miniature fir tree from above with its attractive grey-green needle-like foliage, crowned with small yellowy-green bracts in spring.
Known as the Wood Spurge this is one of the most commonly grown evergreen Euphorbias. The lime green inflorescence shows up well in the late spring against the dark green leaves.
Mostly grown for its striking evergreen foliage - small pale grey-green leaves deliciously edged in cream - 'Tasmanian Tiger' is said to resemble a tiger's stripes.
This Euphorbia's lime green flower bracts appear in spring, over purple-red feathery foliage. The purple tint to the foliage does tend to fade as the season progresses but the autumnal colouring is ..
A true small clump forming Spurge which is deciduous through the winter months. It reappears in late spring with the inflorescences appearing before the foliage in a bright lime green.
Perfect for a 'hot' themed scheme with its display of fiery orange-red bracts from mid summer into early autumn held over bushy luxuriant foliage, each leaf green with a central red rib.
This is a little gem of a plant for gravel gardens or a hot sunny border with dry soil. The grey foliage makes wonderfully architectural low growing clumps with the yellow-green flowers appearing in..
This has to be one of my favourite plants in this genus - it creates wonderful clumps that slowly increase in size. The strong stems are clothed with narrow leaves and topped with almost flat ....
This select form of E. palustris, with bright lime green bracts over narrow dagger-like fresh green foliage with a pronounced central rib, is much sought after for its fantastic autumnal colour, its..