50 seeds $3.25
Euphorbia polychroma blooms in early spring, making a terrific display with tulips and late daffodils. It looks good with Myosotis sylvatica.
Euphorbia polychroma makes a neatly rounded mound covered with chartreuse yellow flowers. It self-sows, so you may end up with these mounds scattered around the garden, which looks impressive in April and May when there are few other flowers blooming.
Euphorbia polychroma is a drought-tolerant, long-lived perennial, adaptable to a wide range of conditions. Also known as Cushion Spurge and Euhporbia epithymoides. Deer resistant. Hardy in zones 4-9.
Sowing Euphorbia polychroma Seeds
Start seeds indoors in late winter. Barely cover the seeds, then refrigerate for 3 weeks. Slow to germinate. Full sun to part shade. Spacing 24".
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