What is this ? Thanks.
Wonder if its a Euphorbia ?
20 Apr, 2012
It looks like a euphorbia to me but I dk which. If you add another photo showing the foliage then someone might be able to be more specific. Welcome to goy.
Great minds think alike Bloomer. I thought I was going to be the first answer.
Lol,Scotkat..I was going to suggest seeing the foliage too..if I had,you would have been first ! :o)
I'm ancient compared to Scotkat, she might be offended at your mistake, but I'm sure the advice would be the same from her too. lol.
Havent got any more pictures to show ...a friend put this picture on facebook asking what it is so i th
ought id pick brains of GoY :-)
Oops sorry,Scotsgran..got mixed up with the Scot bit..it was early,that's my excuse,as I am pretty ancient too :o)
That is okay Cacti66. Have a good look at the height of the plant and the colour of the foliage and then visit a local garden centre. You may be able to spot a similar one there and get a more definitive answer. We all like a challenge on this site and will help if we can.
Just thought if you click on E in the A-Z at the foot of the page and then on Euphorbias you or your friend might be able to id it amongst the photos on there.
It has to be a euphorbia - I'm just joining the discussion because I'd like to know what it is, too. It's so pretty and unusual.
Foliage is the deciding factor for ID, so seeing that is important. Most likely some kind of Euphorbia - when its in flower like this is also important.
No, don't think so, the heads on this one are too full and round for that. Pity we don't know how tall it is, nor what time of year these bracts are produced... If the head of bracts (flowers) is longer than its wide, it might be E. wulfenii
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