Bright orange double pom-pom flowers with age have deep rose tints. Vigorous plants produce these stunning flowers for many months from early summer until autumn as long as spent flowers are dead headed. Best grown in full sun.
Scarlet Red flowers with orange cone. These new vegetatively propagated selections of Cone Flower are much better than cheaper seed raised varieties making sturdier, bushier and freer flowering plants.
The best of its kind with spherical flower heads, steel-blue in bud opening to large balls of powdery mauve-blue when in full flower. Bold divided foliage, stiff vertical stems and the drumstick flower heads give this plant great architectural strength.
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This beautiful groundcover has a vigorous suckering habit so is best planted on its own in difficult dry shady spots. It is far too rampant for mixed garden beds. Lime green flower heads are produced on 20cm tall stems clothed in fine blue-grey cypress like leaves.
This new Lambley bred Euphorbia has a neat dwarf habit with abundant lime green flower heads opening from reddish buds. It will be happy in any sunny or lightly shaded spot. Drought tolerant when once established. 30cm tall by as much across.
This Lambley introduction is one of the finest variegated Euphorbias. Very different in effect from E. ‘Tassie Tiger’, E. ‘Ascot Rainbow’, has soft gold and blue-green leaves with red and pink tonings during cold weather.
This is one of the best groundcovers for dry shade where it will make suckering 40 cm tall evergreen stems clothed in handsome blue-green foliage. During spring the whole is covered by heads of lime green flowers.