A top notch bedding or border plant with upright branches of spiralling, blue-green leaves. Of course it will also grow well in a pot with a little extra care. The vibrant foliage stems are upright and glow in the garden. If you are a fan of geometry they will fascinate for hours on end.
The chartreuse bracts and yellow flowers open in winter and gradually mature to red and bronze in summer, providing you with a stand out show. Beneficial insects such as bees love the blooms.
They revel in a dry, sunny spot. Plant into moderately fertile to hums rich, well drained soil in a sunny spot. They need at least four hours of sun to grow well, more if possible. Water to establish, then only if rainfall is low, they are dry tolerant. As a Euphorbia care should be taken when handling as the sap is toxic and can irritate skin.
Late to winter to summer
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Unavailable in WA
Full Sun to Semi Shade