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This exotic and hardy perennial forms a compact clump of narrow, creamy-edged, grey-green leaves that are flushed with pink, red and apricot in cooler weather; clusters of small, tubular flowers are a brilliant cream, lime and green; very heat and drought tolerant once established; deer and pest resistant; sap can be caustic.

leaves that are flushed with pink

Vibrant as a specimen, in borders, containers, water-wise and Mediterranean gardens

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Euphorbia x martinii 'Ascot Rainbow'


(Ascot Rainbow Euphorbia)

Growing

Requirements

Zone

5 (-20°F/-29°C)

Exposure

Full sun

Form

Foliage Height

20" (51 cm)

Width

20" (51 cm)

Flower Height

20" (51 cm)

Flower Colour

Multicoloured

Bloom Time

March - June

Watering Needs

Low. Drought tolerant once established

Soil Preferences

Average, well-drained soil types are preferred, but will tolerate poor soil types as well

Plant Care Tips

There are many different kinds of euphorbia, from large, bush-like to small creeping versions. They have unusual foliage and flowers in many colour combinations. Euphotbia are wonderfully easy to care for. They are very disease resistant and are not nibbled on by most garden pests (including deer). Most of them are vigorous growers in even the poorest, fastest-draining soil. Some euphorbia can spread easily through seeds, while others easily grow when a branch is put into soil. You can easily control spread by cutting off the flowers before they set seeds. Remember that many euphorbia exude a sap that might be irritating to the skin, so wear gloves when working with them.

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