Also known as
Fire glow euphorbia
5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
Griffith's Spurge Overview
This spreading perennial is a vigorous grower producing upright stems of dark green lance shaped leaves, which turn red & yellow in autumn. In early summer it produces clusters of yellow & orange to red flowers at the end of the stems.
Common problems with Griffith's Spurge
Generally pest free but can suffer from rust.
How to harvest Griffith's Spurge
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Griffith's Spurge
In early spring.
Take basal cuttings in spring or early summer; dip cut surfaces in charcoal or lukewarm water to prevent bleeding
Other uses of Griffith's Spurge
A low maintenance plant that can be cut for flower arrangements and suits almost every style of garden as it is tolerant of most locations.