Euphorbia Diamond Frost
What a great plant this is. We call it a ‘companion’ plant but it also looks lovely alone and yes, it can climb slowly too. Uses: In flower beds where you want touches of white, in any containers as a front filler plant. Since it can climb with some kind of support you can use it to climb up your tree roses or any other spot you like. Cut back anytime to make your plant fuller In the photo above you can see how it intermingles with the Mandevilla plaatn. Looks poorly in the winter time but comes back as soon as it warms up..
Blooms all year, slows down in winter but still has flowers. It is frost tender so watch out for those cold nights.
Diamond Frost likes sun, at least a half a day or more.
Feeding and Watering:
Euphorbia’s are pretty drought tolerant so that is a plus.
Profusion of delicate white flowers on a long stem. Lovely soft medium green leaves.
Season(s) Carried at Weidners:
Container or ground?
Does well in container, basket or in the ground. It can even climb with some kind of support.
The links below are to the instructions we give out at the nursery. This page contains additional and expanded information.