Euphorbia amygdaloides


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European perennial herb with greenish yellow terminal flower clusters

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The best of them are essentially purple-leaved, cultivars such as euphorbia amygdaloides purpurea whose foliage, especially after a cold snap is the colour of beetroot.
Euphorbia amygdaloides is an accommodating species, thriving even in dark ng tree ts and shady places, under hedges or amonroots.
The straightforward species and its coloured variants stay in tight clumps, whereas the subspecies Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae runs around freely - excellent ground cover for a difficult spot.
In the case of Euphorbia martinii, the cross is between two different species, Euphorbia characias and Euphorbia amygdaloides - a sunbather and a shade lover.
One of the best spurges, which One of the best spurges, which will thrive happily in shade, is Euphorbia martinii, a hybrid between Euphorbia amygdaloides, our native wood spurge, and the glaucous Mediterranean Euphorbia characias or wulfenii.
Euphorbia amygdaloides | Euphorbia amygdaloides | Sue Seddon's picture of the fungus growing at the bottom of her garden | Sue Seddon's picture of the fungus growing at the bottom of her garden | Galanthus 'Atkinsii', left | Galanthus 'Atkinsii', left
Euphorbia amygdaloides creates splashes of vivid colour along our hedgerows.
The best are purple-leaved, cultivars such as Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Purpurea'', whose foliage, especially after a cold snap, is the colour of beetroot.
The best are purple–leaved cultivars such as euphorbia amygdaloides Purpurea, whose foliage, especially after a cold snap, is the colour of beetroot.
The best are purple-leaved, cultivars such as Euphorbia amygdaloides '''' Purpurea'''', whose foliage, especially after a cold snap, is the colour of beetroot.
pubescens, Dryopteris affinis, Dryopteris filix-mas Euphorbia amygdaloides, Euphorbia hyberna, Hedera hibernica, Hyacinthoides non-scripta, Ilex aquifolium, Lilium martagon, Melittis melissophyllum, Oxalis acetosella, Poa nemoralis, Polypodium vulgare, Polystichum aculeatum, Sorbus aucuparia, Stellaria holostea, etc.
Estos hayedos se caracterizan por el predominio en su sotobosque de especies que muestran preferencia por suelos ricos en bases, como Euphorbia dulcis, Festuca altissima, Fraxinus excelsior, Milium effusum, Paris quadrifolia, Primula acaulis, Prunus avium, Ranunculus tuberosus, Sanicula europaea o Veronica montana, o que son indiferentes desde este punto de vista (Ajuga reptans, Anemone nemorosa, Crepis lampsanoides, Dryopteris filix-mas, Euphorbia amygdaloides, Euphorbia hyberna, Hedera hibernica, Ilex aquifolium, Lilium martagon, Melittis melissophyllum, Oxalis acetosella, Poa nemoralis, Polypodium vulgare, Polystichum aculeatum, Sorbus aucuparia o Stellaria holostea).
BRONZE, RED, PURPLE: Ajuga, canna, Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Purpurea', Heuchera, sedum.
The best are purple-leaved, cultivars such as Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Purpurea', whose foliage, especially after a cold snap, is the colour of beetroot.