One of the cheap reduced price plants I bought recently is a euphorbia. The label gives no vareity so I assume it is an un-named seedling.
It has lovely pinky red, upright stems growing from a central crown, terminal clusters of lemon yellow "flowers". The new leaves are just appearing and are grey green with a red edge. The height and spread are both given as 20-40 ins., it is about 15 ins tall at thent It is obviously hardy as it is in a pot outside and we have had a few very sharp frosts recently.
I have had a look in an old RHS A to Z of Garden Plants but it is not in there so I have decided to christen it Firewall. I am impatient to see how it fares when planted out in the open garden, its soil requirements are damp, well drained soil in sun. A contradiction in terms ?