Spurges belong to a very broad genus with numerous species, which are found throughout all continents. Several hardy members show a very decorative foliage and have some inflorescences with bright colored bracts (i.e. pseudo petals). In general most spurges are easily cultivated in any rich, rather well drained, rocky to sandy soil in a sunny spot. Few species native of woods can be successfully grown in a very humus-rich soil in partial shade.
Note: The white latex sap from injured parts has strongly skin and eye irritating properties in most Euphorbia species, thus handle plants with care and preferably wear gloves when transplanting.
Sow flat in any rich, sandy soil and keep soil slightly moist until germination occurs. Keep pots always in a sunny spot. Transplant seedlings as soon as seedlings are strong enough.
All are USDA Climate Zone 6.
20 seeds per package.