Euphorbia Blackbird was chosen for compact, bushy habit and excellent foliage colour. New growth is dark red, maturing to dark purple black by late summer when grown in full sun. Yellow green flowers in spring provide a striking contrast to the dark foliage, and bracts will also mature to almost black if left on the plants
Euphorbia martinii Blackbird ‘Nothowlee’
Family : Euphorbiaceae
Architectural plants with attractive foliage and long lasting “flowers” which are actually hiding in colourful structures around the flower itself. They make great border plants and are particularly suited to drier places in the garden or sites in full sun.