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Coral Cactus

Coral Cactus (Euphorbia lactea cristata)

Whorls of fleshy, wavy leaves much like underwater coral, make this cactus an eye-catching houseplant. Arrange it with containers of other low care Cacti, in various shapes, for a fun and stress-free display. Avoid contact with sap from this cacti as it is dangerous to the eyes, skin…

Crown of Thorns, Euphorbia

Crown of Thorns, Euphorbia (Euphorbia milii)

An unusual combination of spiny stems and sparse foliage topped by small clusters of bright flowers adds an exotic touch to the landscape. Incredibly heat, drought and salt tolerant. Perfect for tough spots where other plants might fail. Easy to grow as a potted plant indoors in cold…

Crown of Thorns Indoors

Crown of Thorns Indoors (Euphorbia milii)

Incredibly easy to care for and a great plant for beginners. This is a plant that can take some neglect and still look beautiful. Produces an unusual combination of spiny stems and sparse foliage topped by small clusters of bright flowers. Great for growing in a container on a sunny…

Cushion Spurge

Cushion Spurge 'Bonfire' (Euphorbia polychroma)

These unique plants are sure to attract attention! Bright green new growth ages to a burgundy-red color. Long-lasting chartreuse-gold flowers appear in spring. U.S. Plant Patent #18,585

Cushion Spurge

Cushion Spurge 'Chameleon' (Euphorbia dulcis)

A tremendous foliage plant with bronzy purple leaves, stems, and bracts. Tiny yellow flowers appear in early summer. Stems turn a brilliant red in autumn and leaves are a rainbow of red, orange and gold.

Cushion Spurge

Cushion Spurge (Euphorbia polychroma)

A must for early season color in border plantings! Rich green foliage is complemented by unusual yellow flower bracts. Foliage turns a beautiful blend of orange, purple and red in autumn.


Euphorbia Breathless® (Euphorbia hypericifolia)

This airy mound of foliage smothered in small white blooms provides reliable color and texture all season long. Great heat tolerance keeps it looking good in the height of summer when other plants start to look exhausted. The refreshing mist of flowers is great filler in a perennial…


Euphorbia (Euphorbia chameasyce)

An airy pairing of fine foliage and dainty blooms make the chamaesyce species wonderful for filling in and tying together plant combinations from subtle to bold. Also looks wonderful solo or planted en mass.


Euphorbia (Euphorbia hypericifolia)

Dainty flowers and airy form disguise a rugged performer. This plant has amazing heat tolerance and will still be looking good in the height of summer when many other plants start to look exhausted. Great filler in a perennial garden or used in container combination plantings.


Euphorbia (Euphorbia species)

Euphorbias are a great solution for hot, dry locations where many other plants might fail. Available in a spectacular range of foliage colors, form and texture. The flowers of most Euphorbias are not showy; however the modified leaves surrounding the tiny blooms (called bracts) can…