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Wednesday, December 01, 2021

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Kris P

I'm glad you're still able to find joy in a walk through your garden even as temperatures grow colder. My Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow' also tend to get smaller from one year to the next but I think it's summer's heat that knocks them back here.

Beth@PlantPostings

Yes, the Epimediums and the Hellebores are great greeneries even in our northern climates, aren't they? I'm surprised you have so many ferns still green, too. Lovely!

danger garden

I have experienced the same thing with Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow'. It's a beautiful plant but I've decided I treat it as an annual.

Linda Brazill

DANGER — Very interesting that you and I and Kris P. have all had similar experiences in different climates with the same plant.

Barbara H.

My Ascot Rainbow did well for 2-3 years but I think it is gone now. If it survives the first year I think it is still a short-lived perennial. Too bad because I love it.

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