Over wintering Diamond Frost Euphorbia indoors
I've used this awesome plant in the past but really didn't have any place for flowers in the last few years since we rented. Now we have our own home again with a huge yard and I've gone overboard buying not only container plants (mostly annuals) but we've started landscaping as well with perennials.
I decided to get the annual Pennisetum (fireworks variety I think) and plant some mounding annuals around them in whiskey barrels to go in our front yard. I usually use Lobelia (I think that's the proper name) in blue and white like I have in the past. I absolutely love the bright true blue colors. Maybe it's the different location since we've moved , but they're not lasting like I remember.
I started with 3 small 4" pots of Diamond Frost from the Home stores alternated with 3 marigold plants around the center planted Pennisetum. At first it was my least favorite planter since the white didn't show much and they seemed to not be doing too much of anything. Fast forward about a month and I just had to remove the marigolds that were being forced out by the massive Diamond Frost. It is absolutely stunning. The best part is, it's easy to care for and doesn't seem to be choking out the Pennisetum but coexisting perfectly. It's so pretty in the wind watching the grass plumes gently sway in the breeze along with the gentle movement of the Diamond Frost.
Enough gushing so let me get to my question. Does anyone have any tips on overwintering the Diamond Frost indoors. Lighting, water, container size, trimming requirements would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!