2010 Theodore Klein Plant Award Winner

The perfect groundcover for dry shade, this plant produces a dense carpet of deep green, slightly glossy foliage that remains on the 12”-tall stems throughout the winter. This highly pest resistant species spreads slowly in dry conditions. Being rhizomatous in good soil and moderate moisture it is a rapid spreader. Small chartreuse spring flowers add a bright touch in spring. Be careful of the white milky sap in the stem tissue as it can cause skin and eye irrigation. There is a cultivar 'Redbud' listed in catlaogs that has red stems and apical growth.

Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae – Robb’s Spurge (Miss Robb's bonnet)