This euphorbia has white-veined, dark-green leaves, and lime-lemon flower-heads throughout the summer. It looks great planted between rhododendrons lifting the colour of their dark green foliage and flowering after the rhododendrons have finished. It is an easy plant to grow and will tolerate full sun. When working with any euphorbia always wear gloves since the milky sap is poisonous and can be a potential skin irritant. Grows into a clump just over a metre in height and similar width.