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Jade

New Member
The first one could be Sedum 'Frosty morn'. The second one is a euphorbia, be careful getting the sap on yourself. I was cutting back my neighbors one time several years ago and was sweating, wiped the sweat with my hand and ended up in emerg. with a horrible reaction and eyes swollen shut.
 

Kya D

Active Member
I am not sure if it is Frosty morn and Thanks for the warning I will be very careful
 

RonsGarden

Super Moderator
Staff member
Full name is Euphorbia myrsinites.
It's hardy to zone 3 in well drained soil!
Mine tends to be prostrate with the stems lying flat on the ground with the flowering somewhat upturned!
It will send out new growth later on in the season so you can clip out the spent flowering stems close to the crown.
 


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