The unique variegated foliage of 'Ascot Rainbow' is phenomenal and looks fantastic and adds flair to the garden. The narrow, grey-green leaves have a striking yellow edge and are topped by clusters of variegated cream, lime, and green flowers (bracts) in spring. As an added bonus, it is highly heat and drought tolerant.
Genus Notes - Euphorbia
Euphorbias are a diverse group of plants that include several outstanding perennials. Their bright-color displays are provided by colorful leaves called bracts. Euphorbias want full sun but are not at all pcky about soil.
Spurge are wonderful garden plants, usually with colorful foliage and unusual flowers. Most flowers actually consist of colorful, ornamental bracts, providing a long season of color. Use in the perennial border or rock garden.