You can plant it alone as seen here or mix it up with other plants in a container.
It stays beautiful without deadheading. And it is deer resistant!
It is adaptable as a houseplant; it can fill in plant beds in the middle ground of a combination.
It tolerates temp down to 40°F and you can plant it in sun or partial shade.
It blooms nonstop from spring until frost. What more could you ask?????
Euphorbus, who gave an herbal remedy made from a spurge to treat a king's swollen belly. The common name spurge also comes from its use as an herbal purgative.
It sells out! Go grab some....