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Euphorbia epithymoides ‘First Blush’ PP15292   

Dazzling foliage with green, white and pink variegation. In spring, the leaves give way to yellow bracts, with yellow flowers. The clump-forming plants look like multi-colored cushions in spring, with the foliage remaining attractive all season. 12-18” tall. 

    Common Name:Spurge
    Hardiness Zones:5-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in moist but 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.