There is a unique variegated flower and rosette foliage on this dwarf bushy evergreen sub shrub/perennial plant. In cooler weather the foliage will tinge pink.
Euphorbia 'Ascot Rainbow' does provide shelter for soil life but it not of high wildlife value in the garden.
Exudes a milky sap then bruised or cut, this can be a skin irritant, always wear gloves when handling Euphorbia.
Height and spread: 30-60cm high, 30-60cm spread
Common name: Martin’s spurge,
Position in the garden: full sun
Soil type: well-drained soil
Flowering period: March to July
Hardiness: fully hardy