These are the granddaddy of the Euphorbia family. Itâ€™s one of the most easily recognizable plants with itâ€™s rounded shape, grey leaves and acid lime green flower bracts produced in the late spring/early summer.
The care thing
Prefers a sunny spot. It is very of drought tolerant. Each stemâ€™s biennial so itâ€™s leaves first year, flowers the second. Once flowered cut the stem back to itâ€™s base so youâ€™ll get new, fresh shoots.
The bad thing
Itâ€™s milky sap is an irritant. It can sometimes look very big and ugly if squashed into too small a space. Give the plant some room!