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Euphorbia invasive question

Posted by nwhorthappy z8 WA (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 8, 09 at 12:32

I have a beautiful Euphorbia 'Garblesham Enchanter' I got from Heronswood in 2004, and this year I am finding many, many volunteer seedlings from it.

Is this going to be an invasive plant problem?

I adore having a few "free" plants, but I don't want to unleash a problem species on our neighborhood! (My neighborhood is rural Skagit County in Washington.)

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RE: Euphorbia invasive question

It won't be invasive if you don't let it be. Just cut the flowers off before they go to seed! Leave a few if you want some freebees. Weed out seedlings you don't want or pot them up for plant sales.

RE: Euphorbia invasive question

  • Posted by jean001 z8aPortland, OR (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 8, 09 at 23:13

But if you pot them up for plant sales, they can't have the same name as the original plant. Instead, you should label them as "seedlings of..."

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