Botanical Name Euphorbia hypericifolia 'Diamond Frost'
Common Name - Euphorbia Diamond Frost
Description - The parents of Euphorbia Diamond Frost grow in nature through Mexico and into Guatemala. The selection Diamond Frost comes from a breeding programme in Europe and Japan. Flowering all year round with myriads of white blooms on lime green foliage. We call it the Gypsophila or Baby's Breath of the garden world. A fantastic filler tolerating full sun to part sun positions. Always in flower in the warmer climates, in cooler climates flowering for a very long period from early spring till early winter. Protect from heavy frosts.
Flower Time - Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Size - Grows in a mound shaped bush to 1m high x 1m wide.
Use - Ideal for containers, baskets and gardens. Great filler in the garden and its always in flower. Diamond Frost is almost always in flower the plant is ideal among the low growing border of your garden bed in high profile areas.
Position - Full sun to part sun gardens. Once established, it is considered drought tolerant.
Maintenance - Easy care plant in most garden positions. Pruning can be done by shearing as needed in the warmer months. Can cause skin and eye irritant and is toxic if eaten. Protect from frosts
At a Glance
- Prefers full sun
- Beautiful floral display
- Flowers all year round