|Botanical Name||Euphorbia 'Char. Wulfenii'|
|Mature Height||4 Feet|
|Mature Width||4 Feet|
|Light Requirement||Full Sun - Partial Shade|
|Hardiness Zone||Zone 6|
|Tolerance||Deer, Drought, Disease, Rabbit|
|Attracts||Butterflies, Bees, Hummingbirds|
ℹ Euphorbia characias wulfenii is an architectural perennial, perfect for adding a touch of drama to the border. Bluish-green foliage looks fresh all year round, and in early summer it’s joined by large, dome-shaped, lime-yellow flowers that tower above it. Their blossoms are rather unusual as they are composed of waxy yellow bracts instead of delicate colourful petals. It is a bold and bodacious plant with plume-like blue-green foliage that spirals around the stems so they resemble bottle brushes. This plant originates from the Mediterranean where it’s hot and dry with gritty soil that drains freely. It’s also salt tolerant so it is perfect for seaside gardens! It’s recommended to protect them in Zone 6 over the winter. If winters are not severe, it will stay green and not die back. If it does, it will regrow from the roots in spring. If it’s too cold to grow outside, this plant is so versatile it can be grown as a houseplant as well as overwintered indoors. Just bring it outside in the summer so it can soak up summer’s sunshine. Because it is drought tolerant use in water-wise gardens and rockeries.