Phonetic: yoo-FOR-bee-ah kor-ol-LAY-tah
Flowering Spurge will grow in nearly any soil. Flowering Spurge is sometimes called native Baby's Breath because of its resemblance. In mid to late summer plants are bowed by numerous blossoms, which have yellow centers ringed by five white petals with a touch of green near the center. It attracts many insects with its pollen and nectar.
- Hardiness: 3 - 9
- Native Northeast Region: USDA Database
- Sun Exposure: Full to Part Sun
- Flower Color: White
- Bloom Time: June, July, August
- Soil Type: Medium - Dry
- Mature Plant Size: H 3', W 2'
- Plant Spacing: 12" - 18"
- Host Plant: Spurge Hawkmoth, Ello Sphinx, Great Leopard Moth
- Attracts: Bees, Butterflies, Birds
- Advantages: Deer Resistant, drought tolerant, tolerates various soils
- Landscape Uses: Meadows, cottage garden, rock garden, perennial border
- Companion Plants: Butterfly Weed, Blanket Flower, Foxglove Beardtongue, Lance Leaf Coreopsis, Scarlet Beebalm, Native Bergamot
- Deer Resistant