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Euphorbia characias ssp. 'Wulfenii'

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Product Details
Availability: Small shrub | Pequeno arbusto
Availability: Small shrub | Pequeno arbusto
Plant Type: Dry gardens
Plant Type: Dry gardens
Aspect: Mediterranean
Flower colour: Flowers | Flores
Flowering period: Yellow | Amarelo
Growth form: Spring | Primavera
Native Distribution: .
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Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii - 50cm high stems clothed with whorls of fleshy, matt grey-green leaves. In spring the plants are topped with broad cylindrical heads of intense chartreuse-green flowers with pale brown 'eyes'.
The plant forms a natural rounded shape, and brings low maintenance structure, colour and texture offering almost endless contrast possibilities.

Euphorbia characias originates from the Mediterranean and Portugal, where it is found on dry rocky slopes and scrub land. Very tolerant of drought, hardy to minus 15°C and can resist high salinity so suited to a maritime garden. Much loved by bees and wildlife here in the Algarve.

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