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June 18, 2009


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J.A. Howard-Gibbon

Your plant looks like a Euphorbia cyparissias. it's a very tough plant that can become a problem if relased into an unsuspecting garden. I think poking out through some rocks might be a good place for it.


Thank you so much, J.A.! Sounds like it can be invasive?

(Cristine & Tom, I hope you're reading this...you have a division).

I think it's adorable, and will likely have more next year if others have rocky spaces that will contain it.


Looks like leafy spurge, has taken over thousands of acres in North Dakota. Has a milky/latex sap if you cut the stem, no animals will eat it.

shade plants

Very interesting.

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