Eyphorbia polychroma 'Bonfire'
After emerging with green leaves, ‘Bonfire’ has rich maroon foliage for the rest of the season and is topped with bright yellow flowers in spring. It has a neat mounding habit and needs well-drained soil. Bright chartreuse-yellow flowers appear between May and June. PP #18585.
Euphorbia is like a spring Poinsettia, with bright chartreuse-yellow bracts giving a dazzling bloom. Mound-shaped with red fall foliage. Reseeds, does well in poor dry conditions.
- Botanical Name
- Eyphorbia polychroma 'Bonfire'
- Common Name
- Bonfire Spurge
- Late Spring
- Hardy to Zone