Spurge can accommodate just about any color scheme a gardener can imagine. Ranging from deep red to silvery gray-green foliage with all sorts of combinations in between, euphorbia is an attention-grabbing evergreen. 'Tasmanian Tiger' is at the silvery gray-green end of the scale with twisty variegated leaves on stems that can grow to three feet tall and wide. White to creamy yellow bracts emerge in the spring and into the summer, enveloping a green eye. Spurge prefer sunny locations, and look their best when watered regularly. They are great companion plants for container planters, along borders, or in mass plantings, and deer don't seem to like them. Exercise care when working with any euphorbia, as the sap can irritate the skin, and all parts are toxic to humans and pets. Prune stems that have finished flowering back down to the base of the plant to encourage fresh growth.