321 euphorbia Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
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Bonifield Residence
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From what I can see, they look to be Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant), Senecio vitalis (Blue Chalk Fingers), Anigozanthos
attenuata (Fox Tail Agave), and some sort of ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.
euphorbia and kangaroo paws (front yard landscape plant
used to create lush landscapes. Euphorbias may be used to to this effect, as shown
low-water plants Senecio, Agave, Anigozanthos and other ornamental grasses, Euphorbia shows texture and coloring that volumizes the design and adds a fuller
fuller and softer texture to the plant palette. Kelly often combines Euphorbias with companion plants such as succulents, Bulbine, Leucadendron and other lo
“border between asphalt and plantings” — bromeliad
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
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Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
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Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
and the vast selection of colors, shapes and sizes available! Shown, Euphorbia characias in background, with Leucadendron 'Summer Red', and Dianella Tasmanica
Euphoriba - characias, may only be hardy to zone 7. There are thousands of Euphorbia species, and some would probably work in your zone 5. I'd check with
Spurge(Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii)Native to the MediterraneanLove lime green? Then you must love Euphorbias, and designers in the
Euphorbia characias (zones 8 to 11). Add architectural structure and stimulating color to your garden with E. characias. Reaching a height upward of 4
euphorbia characias (zones 8 to 11)
“chartreuse stabs of color for contrast. like this plant. do we have an appropriate location?” — mirashouse1
The Garden Route Company
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Twin Peaks Texture
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Euphorbia martini - acid green foliage in front of orange Kangaroo Paws
overcome the landscape situation of many species' dying back over winter.This Euphorbia martini, with its acid-green flowers, creates not only an informal edging
Euphorbia is the front yellow ones...Love the euphorbia - very fresh...euphorbia martinii...Euphorbia martini - the little...Euphorbia for Winter color...Euphorbia martinii Light green bush
“Hi. The tall orange plnats are Anigozanthos hybrid "Bush Dawn", the short green plants are Euphorbia” — mconover
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Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
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Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Euphorbia myrsinites. Donkey tail Euphorbia. Euphorbia plants are available in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors. Very drought tolerant, deer resistant
euphorbia myrsinites (zone 5-8) low-lying
Euphorbia rigida- probably not for the planter under the window
Spurge (Euphorbia spp) Though not all spurges are strictly succulents, they grow in similar conditions. From the low-growing Euphorbia myrsinites to
Euphorbia myrsinites (zones 5 to 8). Choose this low-lying species when in need of a ground cover. Petite blue-gray leaves densely spiral around stiffly
Botanical name: Euphorbia myrsinitesCommon name: Donkey SpurgeUSDA zones: 5 to 9 (find your zone)Water
Spurge, or Euphorbia, is a colorful...Euphorbia myrsinites (zones 5 to 8
“Euphorbia myrsinites. Love the bright green in this flower.” — anniebethere
Green Goddess Gardens, Inc.
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drought tolerant pathway
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drought-tolerant euphorbia and lavender above. This garden looks as lovely as a lawn and will save on the water bills.
well. Instead, try mass planting shrubs such as the drought-tolerant euphorbia and lavender above. This garden looks as lovely as a lawn and will save
euphorbia in action...path lined with euphorbias...Euphorbia and lavender...Euphorbia and lavender ...drought...drought tolerant, Euphorbia...euphorbia = heat
“The dg” — taduarte
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
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This is Euphorbia chiracias wulfenii a great mediterranean perennial.
Euphorbia chiracias wulfenil - yellow plant
WOW love the textural contrast between the euphorbia and the blue plant, could use elijah blue fescue grass instead
against the gray garden framework of paving, fencing or walls. Here spurge (Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii) and New Zealand wind grass (Anemanthele lessoniana)
“Concrete + penale steps good idea” — Liz Riding
Gardens by Gabriel
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South County Succulents
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Euphorbia trigona I think, but not completely positive. Euphorbias are chameleons!
A great collection of succulents and euphorbias. The rocks also make a nice surface for the front.
another example of euphorbia...Euphorbia, colors
“Planting” — jimfrogmore
Le jardinet
succulent plants and pots
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Did you know that Euphorbia myrsinites is a noxious weed in Washington
The pink flower is part of the succulent foliage - Euphorbia myrsinites or donkey tail spurge. The flowers open chartreuse then fade to pink after several
Donkey Spurge (Euphorbia myrsinites) Native to Southern Europe and Asia Minor
Donkey Tail Spurge Euphorbia myrsinites on patio in blue pot
In contrast, this donkey tail spurge (Euphorbia myrsinites) looks just right tumbling out of
spurge (Euphorbia myrsinites) looks just right tumbling out of a shallow, rustic blue pot.
Au contraire, cet euphorbe de Corse (Euphorbia myrsinites)
Donkey Spurge(Euphorbia myrsinites) Native to Southern Europe and Asia MinorGray and chartreuse
“12” — sonijazz
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