Euphorbia amygdaloides

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Noun1.Euphorbia amygdaloides - European perennial herb with greenish yellow terminal flower clustersEuphorbia amygdaloides - European perennial herb with greenish yellow terminal flower clusters
Euphorbia, genus Euphorbia - type genus of the Euphorbiaceae: very large genus of diverse plants all having milky juice
spurge - any of numerous plants of the genus Euphorbia; usually having milky often poisonous juice
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Taraxacum aznavourii Van Soest Euphorbia amygdaloides subsp.
Try Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Robbiae', a ground-covering version of our native wood spurge, and Euphorbia cyparissias 'Fen's Ruby'.
Mrs York, by email AHONESTY and wood spurge (Euphorbia amygdaloides) look great together with magenta and lime-green flowers respectively.
intricata 1.3 1.3 +.2 Companeras: Lathraea squamaria +.5 +.5 +.5 Corylus avellana 2.4 2.3 2.3 Euphorbia amygdaloides subsp.
Macrosiphum euphorbiae (Thomas): on Euphorbia salicifolia (SER), Macrosiphum sp.: on Euphorbia amygdaloides (MNG).
Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae This spreading foot-tall plant has rounded grass green leaves.
Here the native Wood Spurge Euphorbia amygdaloides has reddish green stems and darker matt green leaves on top with red undersides.
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.
reuteriana, Circaea lutetiana, Hypericum androsaemum, Polystichum setiferum, Ranunculus ficaria, Scrophularia auriculata, Symphytum tuberosum) and a variety of climatophilous forests (Aquilegia vulgaris, Blechnum spicant, Dryopteris affinis, Dryopteris dilatata, Dryopteris filix-mas, Euphorbia amygdaloides, Hedera hibernica, Holcus mollis, Hyacinthoides non-scripta, Lonicera periclymenum, Luzula sylvatica subsp.