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|Positive ||sisdj ||On Sep 2, 2005, sisdj from Dayton, TN (Zone 7a) wrote:
I planted this from seed while living in zone 5, Indiana and it grew 5-6 ft tall the first year and bushy and had to be staked. I moved from there in Sept that year and my sister pulled up a piece and just stuck it in the ground in Tennessee zone 7. It reseeded itself for her and the next year she had it everywhere. I was back in Indiana this past week, 2yrs later and the plant has also reseeded and survived Cold, windy, icy winters!! I love it and hope it stays forever.
|Neutral ||LukesMom ||On Aug 5, 2004, LukesMom from Oak Lawn, IL wrote:
I was at a Farmer's Market this week (in Chicago) and there was some cut snow on the mountain euphorbia that they were selling in bunches. I mentioned that this was one euphorbia variety that I had been searching for in my garden. She told me that it is an annual. I am in Zone 5 and I have seen it in a neighborhood yard year after year and I can't imagine this lady plants it every year. I would love to know where to buy one.
|Positive ||bears15 ||On Aug 25, 2003, bears15 from Platte Center, NE (Zone 5b) wrote:
It is hardy to zone 5, grows in nearby ditches and pastures. Soil where it is growing is mostly sand.
|Positive ||ArianesGrandma ||On Sep 11, 2002, ArianesGrandma from Yorkville, IL (Zone 5b) wrote:
Excellent Specimen Plant...It speaks for itself! Looks Great next to Diablo Ninebark!
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
East Hemet, California
Long Beach, California
San Leandro, California
Silver Creek, Nebraska
Astoria, New York
West Union, Ohio
Dalworthington Gardens, Texas