Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae

Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae


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Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae is a spreading evergreen wood spurge forming colonies of rosettes of oblong, dark green leaves from which arise large rounded sprays of  lime green flowers.

Plant in beds and borders as ground cover. Useful for shade and poor conditions. Equally at home in a contemporary minimalist or gravel garden.


Pot Size: 2/3L

Common Name: Mrs Robbs' Bonnet, Euphorbia robbiae, Wood Spurge

Hardiness: Hardy to –15°

Height and Spread: 60cm x 60cm, in 2–5 years

Preferred Soil Type: Any light, well-drained soil

Aspect: South, west or east facing

Position: Full shade or partial shade, in an exposed or sheltered position

Flowering Period: Mid to late spring

Care: Cut back faded stems after flowering


*Please note, all parts of this plant are highly toxic by ingestion. Irritant to skin and eyes.*