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Euphorbia X Martinii Baby Charm.


Euphorbia X Martinii Baby Charm. (Euphorbia x martinii Baby Charm.)

Fell for this one, has the AGM so must be ok?



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Love the vibrant colours of Euphorbia Dd...:>)

24 Jan, 2011

 

Good plant for the price DD..is it a dwarf and does it go red or orange in spring?

24 Jan, 2011

 

I've had this one before, it's green all the time and has lovely little lime green flowers with burgundy 'eyes'. It's not a big one either, so useful. I never know what to do with Euphorbias when they get straggly. Should you prune them or just leave them alone?

24 Jan, 2011

 

Thanks Mot.....Tetra I dont know not had this one before.
Karen I do prune our large ones, but not the smaller varieties, just tidy them up really, will look them up in OHs new book.

24 Jan, 2011

 

Thanks! I had one that got really straggly and untidy so I chopped it to the ground thinking it would regrow from there but it just died. Since then I haven't had any euphorbias :( which is a shame because they are so pretty with spring bulbs. I should stop being lazy and look it up myself, it's not like I don't have a whole box of gardening books!! :))

25 Jan, 2011



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