Euphorbia polychroma (cushion spurge) gets its name from its cushion-like, perfectly dome-shaped habit. In late spring, the pale green leaves are topped with chrome-yellow bracts that shine brightly in the garden. If sited correctly, the leaves will turn red in the fall. A good selection for northern gardens and it is extremely drought tolerant. (Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.)
1 gallon container
Light: Full Sun - Part Shade
Soil: All types of well drained soil
Moisture: Average – Dry
Benefits: Deer and rabbit resistant, attractive foliage, drought tolerant
Foliage: Pale green. Red in the fall.
Spacing: 12-24 inches
Growth Habit: clumping
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