‘Ascot Rainbow’ Martin’s Spurge has semi-evergreen foliage which has yellow and green variegation. In the spring, new foliage emerges with a reddish flush. Euphorbia x ‘Ascot Rainbow’ produces interesting yellowish green bracts with small red eyes in the actual flowers’ centers in April and May. Since the white sap of Euphorbias is quite toxic, ‘Ascot Rainbow’ makes a good choice for deer issues as long as the drainage is good, and it also has attractive red to orange fall color.
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Euphorbia x martinii Ascot Rainbow #1 (yellowish green)
Characteristics & Attributes
Fall Color - Attractive
Partial Shade/Shade Tolerant
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