Maroon red foliage is a dramatic backdrop to cheery yellow spring blooms!
This little Euphorbia is quite a hit in the garden. The leaves are a combination of bright red, orange, a hint of yellow and green during three seasons, and during the winter turns to a deep maroon. Early in the spring the plant is topped with bright sulfur yellow blooms for many weeks. A great plant in containers, it is a lovely choice for a hot location. Deer and rabbit resistant, the foliage and stems emit a white sap when cut. The sap can irritate the skin, so wear gloves when pruning off flowers. Prune to a short mound after bloom to keep the plant tidy. PP 18585.