Euphorbia x martinii 'Ascot Rainbow' PP20401
Zones 5 to 9;
Full Sun to part shade.
Mature size 20 inch height, spreads 20 inches.
Narrow, grey-green leaves have a striking yellow edge. The foliage is topped by clusters of variegated cream, lime, and green flowers (bracts) in spring. In the cooler months, the foliage at the ends of the stems becomes flushed with shades of red, pink, and orange.
In cooler zones, Spurge grows well in full sun. In warmer regions, it is best sited in part shade, avoiding afternoon sun. It prefers average, well-drained soil. After flowering in spring, Spurge should be cut back. This will keep the plant more compact and prevent it from splitting in the center.
This plant would make a fabulous specimen in a brightly colored patio container and will undoubtedly add flair to the garden. As an added bonus, it is highly heat, drought and salt tolerant. Deer and rabbit resistant Use as border plants, containers, for cut flowers, and in mass plantings. Use caution and wear gloves when handling this plant; it is POISONOUS if eaten and the sap can be a skin and eye irritant.
Twenty (20) plants per flat (or tray). Approximate Plug Measurements: 3.25 inches deep x 2.6 inches wide.