Euphorbia lambii

2006

Euphorbia lambii

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Canary Islands

Growth Habit:

A fast-growing shrub reaching to 7 feet tall and almost as wide. It initially has a single trunk which branches with age. Spreads by self-seeding.

Growing Requirements:

Grows best in full sun to partial shade, and while it is drought-tolerant, it requires some water during growth and flowering seasons. It tolerates different types of soil and can take light frost.

Features:

E. lambii bears rosettes of slender blueish-green leaves arranged on the ends of the branches. It produces large clusters of showy chartreuse flowers in early spring.

Where at Lotusland:

A planting of Euphorbia lambii is growing along with many other species of Euphorbia along the Main Drive.

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