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Euphorbia martinii ‘Ascot Rainbow’ PPAF   

This cross of E. characias and E. amygdaloides 'Rubra' was discovered in Australia. Evergreen stalks of narrow glaucous leaves, edged in yellow, grow in clumps. Clusters of small cream, lime and green flowers with red centers bloom in spring. The foliage takes on a red cast in the colder weather. Extremely tolerant to heat and dry conditions. 

    Common Name:Spurge
    Hardiness Zones:6-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Euphorbia: Euphorbia is a large genus known for its highly colored bracts (Poinsettia). It contains a wide variety of hardy perennials. Trailing forms are useful in rock or alpine gardens, sprawling over stonewalls or in the front of the garden while clumping forms lend a nice contrast and texture to the garden. A good cut flower as a filler. When using as a cut flower, it’s best to singe the ends of the stem to prevent the milky sap from oozing out.