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Pinching Euphorbia Marginata

Posted by hvander 5B ON (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 21, 05 at 20:43

I plan to offer Snow-on-the-Mountain (Euphorbia Marginata) as part of my cut flower selection next summer. Does anyone have experience growing this cultivar and does it require pinching?

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RE: Pinching Euphorbia Marginata

hvander, we grew this annual Snow-on-the-Mountain one year. It likes to grow straight up and is fairly tall. You may benefit from pinching it. We just planted real close (about 8-10" centers) and grew through a horizontal trellis.

They turned out fine and were useful and long-lasting in bouquets. The reason we didn't grow them again was because of this: "Handling plant may cause skin irritation or allergic reaction." I didn't have a problem but my wife got rashes on her hands. If you wear gloves, you should be okay.


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