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1 Euphorbia rigida An evergreen spurge with silver-blue leaves, arranged in regular spirals. Spectacular, bright-yellow flowers, from January to April, take on pink hues followed by intense red in May to June. Needs well-drained soil in full sun. 60cm. AGM*. RHS H6, USDA 7a-10b .

2 Sometimes known as French honeysuckle, this robust

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