Euphorbia Robbiae (Wood Spurge) is a unique and eye-catching succulent that is native to South Africa. It is a low-growing, evergreen perennial that forms a dense, spreading mound of foliage. The foliage is a deep green colour and is composed of small, oval-shaped leaves that are arranged in a rosette pattern. The leaves are slightly fuzzy and have a waxy texture. The stems are thick and woody, and they are covered in small, white thorns. In the summer, the plant produces small, yellow-green flowers that are followed by small, round fruits.
Euphorbia Robbiae (Wood Spurge) is an easy-to-care-for plant which thrives off neglect. This low maintenance plant is perfect for rock gardens, containers, and borders. It is drought-tolerant and can tolerate a wide range of soil types. It prefers full sun to partial shade and should be watered regularly during the growing season. It is also deer-resistant and can be used as a ground cover in areas where deer are a problem.
Euphorbia Robbiae (Wood Spurge) is a great choice for gardeners looking for a unique and eye-catching succulent. It is low-maintenance and can be used in a variety of settings. With its attractive foliage and bright flowers, it is sure to add interest to any garden.
- Max height 70cm
- Max spread 1 metre
- RHS hardiness level 6 meaning it is hardy throughout the UK and northern Europe down to -20 to -15
- Ground cover
- Weed control
- Great for wildlife including insects and other pollinators
- Rocky gardens
- Poisonous to Pets, horses and people, always use gloves when pruning
- Not poisonous to birds and livestock
- Full sun to full shade
- Middle of the border
When purchasing a hedge it is important that you give it every chance it can to thrive. For more information on planting visit our Planting page.