469 euphorbia Home Design Photos

Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Ideabooks433
Questions1
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Hello Debbie, this particular 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 you local nurseries to determine what may be available and thrive in your area. Good luck!
euphorbia characias (zones 8 to 11)
euphorbias that are blue stemmed with lime green flowers
Various sedums and other succulents also offer blue foliage and stems for the garden. These euphorbias are fabulous design
combination of euphorbia and leucadendron id nice.
Euphorbia characias (zones 8 to 11). Add architectural structure and stimulating color to your garden with E. characias.
“Self seeding - Spurge (Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii) Native to the Mediterranean Love lime” — barrywsullivan
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Ideabooks1,356
Questions1
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Euphorbia myrsinites Photo: Eileen Kelly © Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
euphorbia myrsinites (zone 5-8) low-lying
Euphorbia rigida- probably not for the planter under the window
Spurge, or Euphorbia, is a colorful succulent-like plant that does thrive here.
Spurge (Euphorbia spp) Though not all spurges are strictly succulents
Euphorbia myrsinites Photo: Eileen Kelly © Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Spurge (Euphorbia spp) Though not all spurges are strictly succulents, they grow in similar conditions. From the low-growing Euphorbia myrsinites
Spurge (Euphorbia spp) Though not all spurges are strictly succulents, they grow in similar conditions. From the low-growing Euphorbia myrsinites to the upright, rainbow-hued ‘Blackbird’, colorful year-round foliage and springtime
“Euphorbia myrsinites (zones 5 to 8). Choose this low-lying species when in need of a ground cover. P” — heih
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks5,804
Questions6
From what I can see, they look to be Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant), Senecio vitalis (Blue Chalk Fingers), Anigozanthos flavidus (Kangaroo Paw), Agave attenuata (Fox Tail Agave), and some sort of ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement
some sort of ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.
look to be Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant), Senecio vitalis (Blue Chalk Fingers), Anigozanthos flavidus (Kangaroo Paw), Agave attenuata (Fox Tail Agave), and some sort of ornamental” “ornamental grass. The blooming Euphorbia rigida (Gopher Plant) is what makes the biggest statement.” “euphorbia - drought
“Steps” — coldplay12
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
Twin Peaks Texture
Ideabooks2,777
Questions3
Euphorbia is the front yellow ones
Love the euphorbia - very fresh
Contrast of kangaroo paw and euphorbia
Euphorbia- can provide some mass among smaller succulents
Orange kangaroo paws in back, euphorbia in front.
Euphorbia martini - acid green foliage in front of orange Kangaroo Paws
Euphorbia martini - the little green flowered bushes
choice for a low edging plant. Their fresh seasonal foliage and flowers 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 but also a great knee-high barrier to deter animals and small children from
“plant combination” — skndarren
Le jardinet
succulent plants and pots
Ideabooks3,248
Questions3
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 months. A Google search should help you locate a local source.
Donkey Tail Spurge Euphorbia myrsinites on patio in blue pot
Donkey Spurge (Euphorbia myrsinites) Grows down to zone 5. Can be transplanted year-round. It is drought
In contrast, this donkey tail spurge (Euphorbia myrsinites) looks just right tumbling out of a shallow, rustic blue pot.
This donkey tail spurge (Euphorbia myrsinites) looks just right tumbling
Donkey Spurge (Euphorbia myrsinites) Native to Southern Europe and Asia Minor Gray and chartreuse is
“texture, crawls, in ground or planter” — cmgullick
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Ideabooks356
Questions0
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Euphorbia x martinii Ascot Rainbow 3ft
Euphorbia x martinii 'Ascot Rainbow' (zones 5 to 9). Are these colors for real? Slim variegated leaves cascade
euphorbia x martini 'ascot rainbow' plant
Euphorbia x martinii 'Ascot Rainbow' (zones 5 to 9). Are these colors for real? Slim variegated leaves cascade down the length of the 3-foot stems in a rainbow of colors — dark green to yellow to red. During the cooler months of spring and fall, the leaves become especially ornamental, blushing even
“Plants” — dpaulin
The Plant Man Nursery
Agave parryi and Euphorbia cv. Sticks on Fire
Ideabooks925
Questions1
Agave parryi and Euphorbia cv. Sticks on Fire
Hi there. These two plants are Agave parryi and Euphorbia Cv. Sticks On Fire.
the perennial salvias and euphorbias. (Agave parryi and Euphorbia tirucalli 'Sticks on Fire' are shown here.)
Agave parryi and Euphorbia cv. Sticks on Fire
salvias and euphorbias. Agave parryi and Euphorbia tirucalli (Sticks of fire) shown here
Among the most reliable choices are aloes, penstemons, yucca, agave, cactus and many of the perennial salvias and euphorbias. (Agave parryi and Euphorbia tirucalli
Linear foliage may be strongly upright, as in 'Sticks on Fire' Euphorbia (shown here with Agave parryi)
agave parryi and euphorbia tirucalli-sticks on fire
The Plant Man Nursery Linear foliage may be strongly upright, as in 'Sticks on Fire' Euphorbia (shown here with Agave parryi),
“Plantas” — Rafaela Renó
Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Ideabooks312
Questions0
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden
Euphorbia 'Blackbird' Co-mingles well with succulents and other drought tolerant plants. Photo: Eileen Kelly © Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
euphorbia blackbird zone 6-10
euphorbia Blackbird pink and yellow flowers, grey green foliage
Euphorbia - Plants That Brighten Up The Late Winter Garden Euphorbia 'Blackbird' Co-mingles well with succulents
Euphorbia 'Blackbird' (zones 6 to 10). In tune with the name, the dusty dark foliage of Blackbird reaches a deep black when planted in full sun. Red and yellow-green flowers top the shrub in spring, picking up and highlighting accent colors of surrounding plants and garden features. This low-maintenance
“Euphorbia 'Backbird' & succulents” — aetcheverry
© 2014 Houzz Inc. Houzz® The new way to design your home™