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‘Blue Haze’ Euphorbia

Description from Annie's Annuals & Perennials

An easy going, look-good-all-year-around, compact & colorful edger plant for just about any garden. Deserving far more recognition for its adaptability & usefulness as well as its good looks, this fairly recent hybrid of Euphorbia nicaeensis displays delectable powder-blue linear foliage topped from mid-Summer on with beautifully contrasting greeny-chartruese “flowers” (bracts). How pretty! Held on reddish stems the leaves remain ever-blue in temperate climates like ours. Cut back old stems when they eventually fade for reliable fresh new growth. Gorgeous planted in the foregeround of dark foliaged guys like Heuchera “˜Melting Fire.’ Not fussy about soil but well-drained is best. To 18″ tall & 2-3′ wide. Like all Euphorbias, the sap of this plant can be TOXIC to varying degrees. Be sure to protect your eyes, skin & NEVER ingest!

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