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Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'


Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'
Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'
Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'
Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'
Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'

Euphorbia 'Silver Swan' has a grey-green variagation with creamy white on slender leaves, that form whorls around the stems. A delightful euphorbia, 'Silver Swan' is a hardy plant that provides structural planting for other plants. Grow in a sunny position in a mixed border, or in containers on the patio. Small flowers bloom in the spring. Sap can be an irritant to skin and eyes, as it is caustic and highly poisonous, it is recommended to keep away from children and domestic pets.

Scientific family Euphorbiaceae Special type
Type Herbaceous perennial Origin
Lifecycle Evergreen
Garden style Cottage/informal Mediterranean Town/courtyard Position Border Rockeries Containers
Awards AGM Features
Wildlife pH Acid Alkaline Neutral
Fragrance Aspect South East West
Exposure Exposed Sheltered Growth rate
Growth Habit Erect Maintenance Little or no maintenance
Health caution Skin irritant Extremely poisonous Additional use
Time to maturity 2-5 years Spacing cm
Planting depth cm

Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'
Euphorbia 'Silver Swan' at Unknown, Southport 2011. Evergreen.
Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'
Euphorbia 'Silver Swan'
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Soil Clay Loam Sand Chalk
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US hardiness zone
Max mature height 80cm
Mature spread 80cm