I tried Diamond Frost Euphorbia two years ago and fell in love with it. This year it grew very large in the garden. I suppose it was about 3ft x 3ft. Previous years I had used it in containers with much success and I wanted to see how it would do in the landscape. I was not dissapointed and will be purchasing some again this year. It sells out quickly in the nurseries so get it early. We had some come to our nursery and sold out that day. We reordered and it sold that day also.
If I was a nurseryman, I would pot up a bunch of them in different combinations so people can see what to do wtih them. I did that when I was working at one and the display kept selling out. Most people who have grown it don’t need ideas but getting more people hooked is the key. It’s one of those plants you can suggest to any gardener cause it’s going to wow them. It grows big and bushy with little white delicate blooms from first bloom to frost. The deer don’t like it either. I know cause I have a lot of deer.
If you’ve noticed, my blogroll is back up. I had taken it down not wanting to hurt anyone who wasn’t on it. Well—I lost many of my readers and people were missing my new post. I took some people off that never came by anymore. So back up it went so I can stay in communication with them. I guess it’s not a good thing for your blog to take it down. Seems like I learn something every-week to do or not to do about a blog.
Just wanted to add: I don’t work for Proven Winners Plants. I’ve been growing their plants for 6 years or more and worked for a PW nursery at one time. They do give me a few plants every now and then. They have also given me access and permission to use these photos from their plant library. Last year I field tested Lo and Behold Blue Chip and few other plants. Some I was pleased with and others not so good. Mainly I promote this company because the plants that are my favorites never fail me or the few people that I do containers for. I’m passing the info along to you so you can have pretty gardens too.