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As a comment about Cushion Spurge (Euphorbia x martini 'Ascot Rainbow'), ssgardener wrote:

This is a gorgeous euphorbia all season long. My favorite is the winter color, because it provides such wonderful color when everything else is brown or just plain green.

I've read that it needs to be cut back in early spring, but that may be for well established plants. It's listed as full sun, but I think it'll be fine in part sun, like other similar euphorbias. I don't know whether deeper shade will affect the variegation.
Name: Bea Kimball
Little Rock, Arkansas; (Zone 7b)
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I planted Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow in a shade garden in 2016. It seems to be doing fairly well. American Meadows listed it as a plant for Full Sun/Half Sun/ Half Shade. It kept a nice variegation throughout the winter. Of course, the garden gets more sunlight in winter before the trees leaf out.

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