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Article: Hardy Euphorbias in the Garden An Untamed Passion for 'Shrubby Spurges': Wow, I'm impressed!

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United States
(Zone 5b)

January 25, 2008
1:23 PM

Post #4451580

What a great job with the information and layout!
Fairfield County, CT
(Zone 6b)

January 25, 2008
4:55 PM

Post #4452463

I second that!
Frederick, MD
(Zone 6a)

January 25, 2008
7:31 PM

Post #4453144

I'll third it - very, very impressive article!
Lexington, VA
(Zone 6a)

January 25, 2008
7:39 PM

Post #4453184

*Blush* Thank you so much! I'm having fun writing these articles and really appreciate your comments.

Marshall Islands
(Zone 11)

January 25, 2008
8:01 PM

Post #4453272

Debbie, beautiful article, full of great info and wonderful pics! You have really inspired me to find more of these (I have a few) for my garden. I didn't know about all the new ones, so now I am on a search! Thanks again!

Newark, OH
(Zone 5b)

January 26, 2008
4:44 AM

Post #4455330

I've never seen so many euphorbia at one time. Thanks for a great article with lots of details about these plants.
Taft, TX
(Zone 9a)

January 26, 2008
4:59 AM

Post #4455370

Not only is the article fantastic but I am in love with these plants. They are just the ticket and an answer to where I live. Down in south Texas under the mesquite trees the wind tears up any delicate plant and these look like they can weather our climate.

I am so excited to research each one soon. Probably some are better than others for zone 9.
Thanks so much!
Newark, OH
(Zone 5b)

January 26, 2008
8:12 PM

Post #4457437

We worked SO hard to rid an entire two terribly-overrun beds of one of the spurges, and now I find myself wondering where I might plant some. I just won't go with the same spreading variety! LOL

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