Not sure if this is Euphorbia ‘Firecharm’ or ‘Dixter’. They are both planted in this bed with no distinguishable difference that I can see. I’ve heard complaints about their vigor but this flaming beauty is welcome to as much territory as it desires in this garden. Anna (Flutter and Hum) often dishes up deep thoughts to go with her Wednesday Vignettes. I wouldn’t miss it, if I were you.
I think so too. Thanks, Susie.
I planted both those several years ago…where are they ? Perhaps I should have another go.
Hmmm…you have so much general success…maybe Rosie ate them?
I’ve never seen one this color (under either name). Very pretty and definitely worth a little spreading about.
Every garden could use a little fire (IMHO)
I love that one (whichever one it is)! I bought something much like it (I think it was Firecharm) at last year’s Hortlandia, and it kindly survived the winter in a planter. I really need to give it the space it deserves – it is gorgeous! Visual feast indeed! 🙂
Firecharm was a mere sprout when I bought it. Imagine my surprise.
A great plant and such a diverse genus, it does have a habit of taking over here too!
Might be a problem for some, but not for me. Thanks for visiting Sprig to Twig.
It’s a beauty!
That’s a beautiful Euphorbia–both the blooms and the colorful foliage! I’m picturing it in a pot. I might have to get one for myself. 😉
It gets about 4′ tall. I think it would be spectacular in a BIG pot.