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169-039D4   Euphorbia 'Copton Ash'     ( Spurge )

Euphorbia 'Copton Ash'
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Many local gardeners tell me this is their favorite euphorbia because it is just the right size for their gardens and because it is clumping. The narrow blue leaves rise in whorls on the upright stems. They are somewhat deciduous but leaf out fully in the spring. The bracted floral heads appear late in the spring and are very showy with tiny true flowers in chartreuse bracts. Copton Ash is a garden in Kent, England.

May, June.  2 ft. x 2 ft.

Chartreuse Bracts flowers

Sun, Part Shade     Zones 7, 8, 9

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