There can’t be a finer berried shrub than this when it’s in full autumn glory. Masses of deep pink, almost red berries, make such a spectacular display that visitors to the garden invariably rave about it.
This variety may well have the bluest foliage of all the ornamental Euphorbias. At Lambley it has made a round shrub, some 50cm by 50cm, clothed in beautiful powder blue leaves and crowned during spring and summer with large chartreuse flower heads.
This native of Kashmir is a major spring to summer feature on an important axis in the Dry Garden, featuring bright light green leaves delightfully veined silver and often with a fine maroon edge. Spring and summer flowers are brilliant lime - green.
This plant is nearly extinct in the wild where a few grow at three sites inside inactive volcanic craters in Madeira. Unusually long and broad fresh green leaves have a narrow red margin and a cream midrib.The green and red eyed flowers are produced in spring.