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Euphorbia "ascot rainbow"
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Creeping jenny is another plant to be wary of and I noticed you recommend it. It will take over if you are not careful where you plant it. I spent several days removing a patch in my garden and am now on watch for any bits coming up.

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Does anyone have experience with ascot rainbow euphorbia?

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