Red Foliage All Year
Euphorbia Bonfire, Euphorbia polychroma 'Bonfire' PPAF, is a hot new perennial succulent groundcover with striking mahogany-red foliage.
The leaves emerge green but quickly turn a deeper red. Unlike other Euphorbias that may turn red in the fall, 'Bonfire' displays its smoldering red foliage all summer long!
Radiant chartreuse flower bracts provide a nice contrast in the spring; the bright yellow tips really glow!
This fantastic foliage gradually becomes a rich red in the fall. It is great enhancement of the Common Spurge!
'Bonfire' has a nice mounding habit with foliage that is resistant to deer and rabbits.
It grows best in well-drained, poor-to-moderately fertile soil. Divide every two to three years or as needed.
Late-summer cutback can be beneficial if plants start to "birdnest." Use gloves since sap may irritate skin of susceptible individuals!
If you are looking for an all-season colorful plant, this 'Bonfire' plant is one of the most gorgeous Spurges ever grown!
- Mahogany-Red Foliage All Year
- Chartreuse Flowers in Spring
- Loves Hot and Dry
- Deer & Rabbit Resistant
|Euphorbia polychroma 'Bonfire'
|12 - 18 inches
|30 - 36 inches
|Full Sun, Partial Shade
|Growing Zone Range
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