Euphorbia hypericifolia 'Euphoric White Imp'
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Euphoric White Imp is bred by Syngenta and has large white flower bracts with rich green foliage. This beautiful flower has a compact nature and a well-mounding growth habit. It has a spread of 14-20 inches, requiring a space of 10-12 inches to properly grow, and has an optimal height of 14-20 inches. Euphoric White Imp is wonderful for hanging baskets, patio containers, or as a border crop. This variety is also resistant to deer. Euphorbia Euphoric White Imp is a unique, resilient, and beautiful addition to any garden and home.
- Breeder: Syngenta Flowers
- Bloom Color: White
- Height: 14-20 Inches
- Spread: 14-20 Inches
- Spacing: 10-12 Inches
- Zone: Zones 10 - 11
Euphorbia is a mounded, warm weather annual and tender perennial. Heat-tolerant Euphoric White fills in fast, forming stocky, well-mounded plants, and displays a showy mass of self-cleaning flowers all summer across a wide range of conditions. These long-lasting, free-flowering plants are well suited for a solo feature, or a mixed container combination. They also thrive as in-ground plantings or holiday gift planters, and have low water needs. Euphorbia Euphoric White Imp is commonly most known as baby’s breath, and is often used as the accent flower to complement roses and other cut bouquets.
Euphoric White Imp is bred by Syngenta and has large white flower bracts with rich green foliage. This beautiful flower has a compact nature and a well-mounding growth habit. Euphorbia originated in regions of Mexico and Southern to Eastern Africa. It is commonly used for hanging baskets, mass planting, or to create texture in your garden. The taller and fuller varieties go nicely as mixed fillers in the garden and even in cut flower arrangements. Euphoric White grows best in average, fertile, well-drained soil, and is a full to partial sun exposure flower. Euphorbia also has a long bloom life. Key attributes of Euphoric White are heat tolerance, drought tolerance, and no deadheading required.