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Euphorbia (wood spurge)

Posted by jamfx z7 SC (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 14, 06 at 14:30

What is the best method of propagating the small perennial Euphorbia or wood spurge?


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RE: Euphorbia (wood spurge)

Can take any cutting but be sure to make the cut that will give the SMALLEST cros-section.allow to air dry. apply 0.1% IBA (Rooring hormone)sitck in well drained soil & mist...


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RE: Euphorbia (wood spurge)

I generally take offsets, from around the plants. This tends to be a runner in my garden, and there are always small plants coming up a foot or so away from the mother. I also found out this winter that it is deer candy, as there are no leaves and only the older stams left on mine.

George


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RE: Euphorbia (wood spurge)

I know this is an old thread but can anyone tell me how cold hardy this plant is? I just purchased one at a local garden center but now I am wondering if it will even survive the winter. Thanks!


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RE: Euphorbia (wood spurge)

It is hardy here in z7a. Good luck.


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