|Sun Requirements:||Full Sun to Partial Shade
|Minimum cold hardiness:||Zone 7a -17.8 °C (0 °F) to -15 °C (5 °F)
|Plant Height:||2 to 3'|
|Plant Spread:||1'6" to 2'|
|Leaves:||Unusual foliage color
Other: In the genus Euphorbia, the flowers are reduced in size and aggregated into a cluster of flowers called a cyathium (plural cyathia). This feature is present in every species of the genus Euphorbia but nowhere else in the plant kingdom.
Other: Greenish yellow
|Dynamic Accumulator:||B (Boron)
|Toxicity:||Other: Milky sap can be a skin and eye irritant and is toxic if ingested.
|Posted by kniphofia (Northumberland, UK) on Feb 4, 2016 10:52 AM
This is a superb perennial. I grew it in my Yorkshire garden many years ago and absolutely loved it. It really is stunning and highly recommended. The bracts are a wonderful chartreuse yellow colour. The stems grow one year and in the second year produce the large showy bracts. I wish I had room to grow it again.
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|AndreA33||On March 15, 2016||Obtained plant
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