11 thoughts on “Euphorbia amygdaloides “Purpurea”

  1. I was holding two Euphorbia, one in each hand, in the plant centre at Rosemoor this afternoon when we were almost struck by lightening. Mike said he saw the bolt cross in front of his eyes and, certainly, a split second later the clap of thunder hit. I carried on, oblivious, trying to decide. If they’d had that one it would have been a no brainer.


      1. Neither. I lost my heart to an Itoh peony. I’ve been wanting one for ages. Not flowering size but (unbelievably for Rosemoor) much cheaper than I’ve seen elsewhere. And then had to wait for ages in a queue because the lightening nixed the power and the tills went down. Are you going to Powderham Castle?

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  2. I love Euphorbias they are such lovely and structural plants as well as providing that beautiful range of zingy colours. Nearly time to do some wulfenii cuttings! We got the Rosemoor thunderstorm here, too, it sounded quite wild.


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