Cypress spurge, almond spurge and myrtle leaf spurge

Cypress spurge, almond spurge and myrtle leaf spurge

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Cypress spurge - a herbaceous perennial plant that is common in the CIS, Europe, Turkey and Asia. Begins to bloom in late spring and bloom again in autumn.

It has a very decorative appearance, therefore it is often planted in gardens, however, it should be borne in mind that cypress spurge spreads very quickly and then it is extremely difficult to remove it. To keep the plant in frame, it is better to plant it in a container, as well as remove seedlings at the time. The plant is drought and winter hardy, does not require frequent watering or special care

Almond spurge - up to 70 cm tall perennial, which has beautiful woody leaves and light flowers, which are combined into "bouquets". It blooms from April to May, has several varieties, some of which are used as a background for various border plants. However, with almond milkweed, you need to be extremely careful - the plant is all poisonous.

Spurge myrtle grows well on stone placers and rocks, widespread in the Balkans, in the Western Mediterranean, in Cruma and in Asia Minor. It is a perennial deciduous ornamental plant with a reddish-gray color and densely leafy creeping or ascending stems reaching 25 cm in height.

These stems are the main decorative trump card of the myrtle-leaved milkweed, it is planted at the top of various retaining walls and in the rock garden. The plant blooms from May to June, unpretentious, grows well in a sunny place, it can be propagated by seeds, division and cuttings.

Watch the video: Beware of Plant! Myrtle Spurge (August 2022).