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Jesse Saylor

(California Poppy)

What would the California landscape be without blankets of golden orange California poppies? These tough wildflower jewels are equally becoming in the garden and there are quite a few interesting cultivars to choose from. California poppy is a variable species native grasslands of California and Oregon, though it has become naturalized in other parts of the country. It may survive as an annual or short-lived perennial and is very easy to grow if given the correct cultural requirements.

The lacy...

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Lane Greer

(California Poppy)

What would the California landscape be without blankets of golden orange California poppies? These tough wildflower jewels are equally becoming in the garden and there are quite a few interesting cultivars to choose from. California poppy is a variable species native grasslands of California and Oregon, though it has become naturalized in other parts of the country. It may survive as an annual or short-lived perennial and is very easy to grow if given the correct cultural requirements.

The lacy...

Image of Euphorbia x lomi photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Giant Hybrid Crown-of-Thorns, Thai Crown-of-Thorns)

Large flowers, compact habit and wicked thorns describe this hybrid crown-of-thorns. It is a cross between crown-of-thorns Euphorbia milii and white crown of thorns Euphorbia lophogona both from Madagascar and usually marketed as Supergrandiflora hybrids. The branches are gray to brown, covered with conical thorns and tipped with oblong, evergreen leaves. The flowers are grouped on long stalks at the ends of the branches and have two very showy bracts or modified leaves. The flower...

Image of Euphorbia x martini photo by: Yoder Brothers

Yoder Brothers

(Martin's Spurge)

Martin’s Spurge is a hybrid between the European native Euphorbia amygdaloides and the Mediterranean Euphorbia characias. It is a tender, evergreen, spurge with a clumping, upright habit and lance-shaped leaves with the pointed ends attached to the plant. The leaves are green often with red, pink or purple undertones as are the plant stems. Late winter through summer flowers appear well above the foliage in dense spikes and have circular apple to lime green bracts (modified leaves)...

(Apertif Spurge, Martin's Spurge)

Martin’s Spurge is a hybrid between the European native Euphorbia amygdaloides and the Mediterranean Euphorbia characias. The cultivar Aperitif is a dwarf selection and is a tender, evergreen, spurge with a clumping, upright habit and lance-shaped leaves with the pointed ends attached to the plant. The leaves are green often with red, pink or purple undertones as are the plant stems. Late winter through summer flowers appear just above the foliage in compact heads and have circular...

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PlantHaven

(Ascot Rainbow Martin's Spurge, Martin's Spurge)

Martin’s Spurge is a hybrid between the European native Euphorbia amygdaloides and the Mediterranean Euphorbia characias. The cultivar ‘Ascot Rainbow’ is a compact, tender, evergreen spurge with a clumping, upright habit and lance-shaped leaves with the pointed ends attached to the red stems. The leaves are multi-hued in shades of cream and green/blue with stunning red-pink blushing on the new growth throughout cooler months. Flowers appear above the foliage in many branched clusters....

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James H. Schutte

(Blackbird Martin's Spurge, Martin's Spurge)

Martin’s Spurge ‘Blackbird’ is a hybrid between the European native Euphorbia amygdaloides and the Mediterranean Euphorbia characias. It is a tender, evergreen, spurge with a clumping, compact, upright habit and lance-shaped leaves with the pointed ends attached to the plant. The leaves are dark purple-red as are the plant stems; new leaves have a brighter reddish tone. Late winter through summer long-lasting flowers top the stems above the foliage. The flowers have circular yellow-green...

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Eva Monheim

(Martin's Spurge, Rudolph Spurge)

Martin’s Spurge is a hybrid between the European native Euphorbia amygdaloides and the Mediterranean Euphorbia characias. The cultivar Rudolf is a compact, tender, evergreen spurge with a clumping, upright habit and lance-shaped leaves with the pointed ends attached to the plant. The leaves are green with red undertones as are the plant stems. Winter through summer, red bracts (modified leaves), reminiscent of a red “nose” top the stems and give way to flowers with circular bracts...

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Holly Chichester

(Blue Daze Dwarf Morning Glory, Dwarf Morning Glory)

For a member of the morning glory family, ‘Blue Daze’ is unusual because it does not twist or climb and is a hybrid derived from plants native to North and South America. The trailing stems of this tender perennial subshrub form a low, lax, spreading mound. Both the stems and the small, oval shaped leaves are densely covered with short, downy hairs, giving them a silvery appearance. Many small, sky blue, funnel shaped flowers with five lobes and white throats cover the plants throughout the warm...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Brazilian Dwarf Morning Glory)

A morning glory that does not climb, the Brazilian dwarf morning glory has gray-green leaves and small morning glory flowers of a deep blue when temperatures are warm. A tender perennial that can become shrubby with semi-woody stems with age, it is native to Brazil and Paraguay where it is found in sunny prairies.

The small, egg-shaped leaves are light green but covered in fine silvery hairs. Overall this makes the foliage mound a gray-green. When temperatures are warm, branch tips reveal small...