EUPHORBIA SEEDS

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  1. EUPHORBIA AMYGDALOIDES PURPUREA

    This beauty makes beetroot-coloured spring foliage, an attractive contrast with the golden yellow "flower heads". A slow-growing gem of the euphorbia family, that spreads mainly only by seeds,and it sets very few, but which makes an elegant spring bonus in any border. ... Learn More

    $4.16

  2. EUPHORBIA CHARACIAS CHARACIAS

    Probably the most popular and long-lived of all spurges, this old favourite produces strong stems of evergreen, blue-green leaves which terminate in extended narrow heads of bright yellow flowers. One of the easiest, long-lived and trouble-free plants you can grow. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  3. EUPHORBIA CHARACIAS WULFENII

    This outstanding and most attractive form produces imposing clumps of erect stems clad in narrow grey leaves terminating in large and almost spherical, football-sized heads of yellow-green flowers. These plants were originally seedlings from 'John Tomlinson' an exceptional form, with more rounded flowers. These imposing specimen plants will perform reliably where little else will thrive. ... Learn More

    $3.58

  4. EUPHORBIA COGNATA

    A brand new and lovely addition to gardens. Many stems, each one ending in a broad rosette of greenish-yellow flowers, radiate out in all directions from a solid, long-lived clump. Much loved by pollinating insects. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  5. EUPHORBIA CORALLIOIDES

    Too rarely seen or grown, the "Coral Spurge" a non-running clump former, has dazzling yellow flowers and bracts in dense profusion on massed wiry stems. These are produced from earliest spring until early winter, making this fabulous and attractive plant one of the longest-flowering and valuable of commercial cut flowers too. It is synonymous or very similar to Euphorbia oblongata, the two species being to all intent and purpose indistinguishable when grown together. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  6. EUPHORBIA CORNIGERA

    An exciting and apparently rarely encountered newcomer to our garden. Thick stems, rubbery pale veined lanceolate leaves and truly splendid plates of brightest golden flowers in early summer make this a must for every garden. ... Learn More

    $3.32

  7. EUPHORBIA CYPARISSIAS

    In the spring showy lime-yellow bracts open which slowly age to red, on thin stems bearing narrow, bluish-green, linear leaves. This unusual plant superficially resembles that of a very tiny spruce or cypress tree, hence the common name. It is very adaptable, but can be invasive by underground runners in rich soils. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  8. EUPHORBIA LATHYRIS

    A handsome and extremely rapid-growing plant bearing symmetrical, pointed, blue-green leaves. Umbels of tiny yellow flowers produce large bulbous seed-pods. Also known as "The Mole Plant" as it is reputed to deter moles! ... Learn More

    $3.06

  9. EUPHORBIA MARGINATA 'KILIMANJARO'

    This stunning annual with a bushy growth habit produces showy clusters of small, pale green and white blossoms which make awesome cut flowers whilst the foliage has spectacular white margins. It is easily propagated from seeds and thrives best in well-drained soil. It is low maintenance and loves heat and humidity as well as being drought tolerant. ... Learn More

    $3.44

  10. EUPHORBIA MELLIFERA

    One of the finest shrubby plants in cultivation, this gem has large, creamy-veined leathery leaves topped by outstanding golden, fragrant flower heads. The name 'mellifera' refers to the sweet fragrance of honey which on a warm day will drift across the garden amazing all who are nearby. ... Learn More

    $3.70

  11. EUPHORBIA MIXED

    A really generous bargain bag of hardy perennial euphorbias from our range, including some unnamed rarities from our trial ground. Exceptional value for money and a good way to start a collection!. ... Learn More

    $4.16

  12. EUPHORBIA OBLONGATA

    Too rarely seen or grown, the "Coral Spurge" a non-running clump former, has dazzling yellow flowers and bracts in dense profusion on massed wiry stems. These are produced from earliest spring until early winter, making this fabulous and attractive plant one of the longest-flowering and valuable of commercial cut flowers too. It is synonymous or very similar to Euphorbia Corallioides, the two species being to all intent and purpose indistinguishable when grown together. ... Learn More

    $3.84

  13. EUPHORBIA PASTEURII

    A new and extremely beautiful hybrid between E. mellifera and the very rare E. stygiana which is now almost extinct in its home on the Azores Islands. Broad leathery evergreen leaves clad strong stems terminating in umbels of honey scented bronze flowers. ... Learn More

    $3.58

  14. EUPHORBIA PITHYUSA

    New to us is this superlative dwarf. Like a big silver-grey beach-ball cut in half, then studded with countless golden flowers. Non-running, non-dying (seems very hardy), and regrettably, non-seeding (almost!). ... Learn More

    $3.12

  15. EUPHORBIA POLYCHROMA

    Making a compact dome, this clump-forming herbaceous gem pushes up leafy stems and dazzling terminal clusters of acid-yellow flowers, which open in late spring to early summer. One of the very choicest and most flamboyant of this group of plants being native to Libya, Turkey, and the east, middle, and south east of Europe, it is surprisingly tough and hardy in gardens. Very few good individual seeds are ever collected. ... Learn More

    $3.84

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