Euphorbia polychroma: An undemanding perennial, Euphorbia polychroma offers a pleasing contrast of colors on a neat, almost architectural form. In a small space, however, less is more, so I began to limit my palette, using only the hot scarlet reds, such as Geum 'Mrs Bradshaw' and terracotta reds such as the brownish-red rose 'Colourbreak'. Their color is long lasting, but … H:40cm. Cushion spurge Euphorbia polychroma Low growing woody perennial. ... Euphorbia polychroma makes a flat clump of stunningly radiant yellow in … Full sun or partial shade. I love its vibrancy and often use it in place of white, which I find a bit flat sometimes. Euphorbias are a complicated lot, and though I grow five different varieties in my garden (and once briefly a sixth, Euphorbia griffithii) I'm making educated (or otherwise) guesses as to their correct names. This new introduction from Blooms of Bressingham offers a new twist for an old favorite. Add the vivid lime yellow flowers of the low growing Euphorbia polychroma off to one side and the picture becomes amazing. A New Zealand flax – Phormium tenax – is a tough plant that can grow rather large. This by no means is an exhaustive list; always do your research to double check that a perennial will tolerate being moved. Some of the candidates for a very difficult relocation are Euphorbia polychroma (Cushion Spurge), Peonies, Bleeding Hearts, and Dictamnus (Gas Plant). Euphorbia polychroma 'Bonfire' One of my mother's favorite plants has always been Cushion Spurge (Euphorbia polychroma). Since 1849, gardeners have relied on us for products that perform. I grow the soft-stemmed perennials, not the succulents, and they've been brilliant foliage plants for … Evolvus glomeratus 'Hawaiian Blue Eyes' ... New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Niue Norfolk Island North Korea Northern Mariana Islands Norway My favourite plant: Is Euphorbia polychroma. Hardy From our tests and travels, we offer plants, trees, bulbs, decor, birding supplies and more. Euphorbia. These are planted with bronze foliage plants such as flax and heuchera 'Amethyst' and also with lime green Helleborus corsica and Euphorbia polychroma. Top 20 Garden Pests This is a, not too serious, attempt to list the top 20 worst pests in the New Zealand garden and rank them for overall importance by the harm they can cause, how common they are and how difficult they are to get rid of. Euryops pectinatus 'Sonnenschein' Evolvus. There are lots of ways of using this beautiful plant, if you can provide it with a good, moist soil and sun to semi-shade. Euphorbia characias (Open Cultivars) Euphorbia polychroma (cushion spurge) Euryops. It grows to about 15in and produces a splendid show in May from bright yellow bracts. Bright lime green flowers in late spring-early summer.