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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

My pink tipped Euphorbia Lactea

You would think I would have seen that weed and pulled it before taking the picture, and maybe added more shells, but what can I say! This plant is much brighter tipped in winter months, and the pink is still there. It caught my eye yesterday and I thought I'd show it. It's hard to imagine, but most days it goes unnoticed by me. Pretty though, eh??? I just noticed the picture of it in the side bar from a few years ago, and you can see it has grown a bit! Lots more twists and curls!



6 comments:

Simone Felic said...

é uma espécie muito bonita e interessante, aqui nunca vi para comprar.

http://eueminhasplantinhas.blogspot.com.br/

Lisa at Greenbow said...

You are so lucky to be able to grow these exotic succulents. I am afraid my garden would be full of them if I lived in your climate. Beautiful plant.

walk2write said...

It reminds me of coral. Fascinating designs in nature, eh?

ellieT said...

amazing collection, I'm jealous!
I just picked this guy up, do you know if it's a crassula or a cotyledon or ???
any insight would be greatly appreciated!

http://wetmyplants.blogspot.ca/2013/05/suc-this.html

Teri Casper said...

Wow, what a beauty!!!
What weed. I never see them even in my garden. :)

Bobbie Lynn said...

Good Morning Julie,
It looks like something that you would find under the sea. Very beautiful. Great photo of your tire garden.
Thanks for stopping by and have a good long weekend too.
Blessings,
Bobbie Lynn