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I want euphorbia in my garden but I want a bee and pollinator attracting variety. Which is best; amygdaloides or epithymoides?


I doubt it makes much difference from the pollinating side. I'd choose the plant best suited to your situation. Amygdaloides is a woodland wanderer, good in dry shade. Epithymoides is not a wanderer and in my experience, needs slightly better soil, and a bit of sun


E.characias Black Pearl, looks great in my garden.

Long lasting flowers and  glaucous leaves.

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