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moo104

Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii syn. Euphorbia wulfenii

  • Season Icon Early SpringEarly Spring 2016
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moo104

Help me identify this plant

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teamgardentags

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teamgardentags

Thanks also for asking us to help identify your plant #PlantID. Fellow GT'ers are you able to help Amanda? @PlantDoctor @David @barbaramatthews @justin @richard.spicer.7906 @thedanielrichards @Garyg @linfoster @joanboston @mr_plantgeek @tiggrx @kathy @mikethegardener @GREENFINGERSLTD

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GREENFINGERSLTD

A variety of euphoria

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moo104

Thanks .. That was taken last year.. Why hasn't it flowered this year?? And it seems to be springing up all over the garden?? Should I leave to bloom or remove some?? Thanks xx

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mikethegardener

Yes @GREENFINGERSLTD it's Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii😊

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joanboston

Pull out the ones you don't want @moo104

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Joannegardenutopia

Just be careful where kiddies are around and recommend you to wear gloves/wash your hands as its highly toxic if accidentally ingested 😳😳

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gardengimp

And temporary blindness if you get the sap in your eyes. Remember the new shoots growing from the base of the shrub are biennial, growing in the first year and flowering in the second. Maybe this could give you a clue to why it didn't flower. @moo104

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moo104

Thanks

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jyotu

@sieveheadsarah

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