Euphorbia stygiana Pico form

A much larger, more upright growing form than the usual type of this species in UK cultivation, this stock is derived from Pico Island, Azores, and is in fact the more common type found in nature. A strong, full, upright, rounded evergreen shrub to about 2m with glossy thick textured foliage and honey scented yellow flowers in May-June. Hardier than E. mellifera and usually untouched by cold even in cold locations like here, but in exceptional winters hardy to well under -10c by returning from ground level.

Pot size: 2L
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