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  • Euphorbia x martinii 'Rudolph'
  • Euphorbia x martinii 'Rudolph'

Euphorbia x martinii 'Rudolph'

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This one was named Rudolph in recognition of the bright red tips that cover the shrub in winter. Not quite glowing, but pretty darn close!

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Spurge is a great plant for year round interest in container planters, hanging baskets, or out in your garden as a low growing border. 'Rudolph' is so named for the bright red leaves that top the dark green foliage in late fall to winter. Spring will bring out surreal flower clusters of chartreuse bracts surrounding red-eyed, yellow-green flowers. Bees and butterflies love the flowers, but deer and rabbits tend to avoid spurge in general. 'Rudolph' is a lower grower, usually one to two feet tall and up to two feet wide. Cutting out the stems that have finished blooming will encourage new growth from the base. Wear gloves when doing so, as the sap may irritate the skin. Drought-tolerant once established, spurge doesn't like heavy soil, so either amend the ground soil well or consider planting it in containers, hanging or otherwise.

Common Name Rudolph Spurge
Mature Size 1 - 2 feet tall and wide
Growth Rate Moderate
Cold Hardiness -10° F
Characteristics Evergreen, deer-resistant, drought tolerant once established. Sap can irritate the skin and is toxic if ingested.
Light Full sun to part sun
Structure Mounding
Bloom Color Green-yellow flower with red center
Bloom Time Spring
Uses Rock gardens, xeriscapes, container planters, hanging baskets, mass plantings and borders
Photos Real images, not stock photos
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