This plant was discovered in an old ruined homestead on a property that has not been lived in for over one hundred years. The property was taken up by convicts that had finished their sentence over one hundred & fifty years ago, where they raised a family of eight children.
It is obviously something somebody planted as a garden specimen many years ago and is virtually the only perennial in the garden that has survived. It is REALLY tough. Grows in rugged conditions, without any attention and in a lot of seasons virtually no water.
Full sun or semi shade.
Euphorbias produce a milky sap which is poisonous and can cause inflammation when in contact with the skin or eyes.
|Botanic Name : Euphorbia lathyris 'Andy's Flat'|
|Common Name : Euphorbia Andy's Flat|
|Growth Type : Perennial Groundcover|
|Water Use : Low|
|Aspect : Full sun/Semi-shade|
|Height : 0.5m|
|Spread : 0.5m|