Beautiful, versatile and slug-resistant – every garden can make room for a euphorbia or two.
The boon of growing many euphorbias is for the zingy, evergreen colour they provide. In spring and summer, many will provide bright, colourful blooms, while the foliage of others will turn rich coppery tones in autumn. There are even euphorbias you can grow as houseplants – just take a look at Euphorbia tirucalli.
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