Euphorbia Chameleon - Knowledgebase Question

Ann Arbor, MI
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Question by emartin1
October 25, 1999
I recently purchased a Euphorbia Chameleon. Can you tell me how large it gets, where to plant it outside, and what type of flowers it will have when it blooms?

Answer from NGA
October 25, 1999
Euphorbia dulcis chameleon is a recent introduction with an attractive rounded form, handsome purple foliage flecked with green, and small yellow green flower bracts in late-spring-summer. Otherwise known as Spurge, (which makes it sound like a contagious infliction), Euphorbia makes attractive border plants. Expect yours to grow to about 14" high. Although there are many forms only hardy to zones 7-8, there are still a good number hardy to zone 6 (your zone) and Chameleon is one of those. Provide full sunshine and average, but well draining soil.

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