Euphorbia epithymoides--Cushion Spurge
Euphorbia epithymoides--Cushion Spurge The main ornamental feature of cushion spurge is bright yellow bracts produced in April and May. The plant is long
lived and grows a foot to a foot and a half tall with a mound like growth habit. The leaves turn a reddish color in the fall. Best growth occurs in full sun but the plant does tolerate light shade. Cushion spurge may be propagated by seed, division or cuttings.
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