Euphorbia mellifera.

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pdid
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Re: Euphorbia mellifera.

Post by pdid » Sat Jun 29, 2013 6:45 am

GREVILLE wrote:Isn't E. pasteurii a cross between mellifera and stygiana?
That rings a bell Greville. Here is a blog post from Pan Global from 2008.

http://www.panglobalplants.com/2008/06/ ... w-goodies/


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Re: Euphorbia mellifera.

Post by Lys » Tue Jul 02, 2013 11:49 am

Called into Special Plants, near Bath yesturday and picked up a E.stygiana. Apparently a cutting from the plant in Oxford Botanic Gardens!!! Loads of interesting plants (also found a Amicia zygomeris which I've wanted for years), would recommend a visit! :D


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Re: Euphorbia mellifera.

Post by Andy Martin » Wed Jul 03, 2013 1:31 am

Lys wrote:Called into Special Plants, near Bath yesturday and picked up a E.stygiana. Apparently a cutting from the plant in Oxford Botanic Gardens!!! Loads of interesting plants (also found a Amicia zygomeris which I've wanted for years), would recommend a visit! :D
I haven't been there for a while... must pay a visit next time I call in to see Nigel at Hardy palms.
BTW... heres a full pic of my Euphorbia Stygiana..
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Bumper seed harvest this year icon_cheers


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Re: Euphorbia mellifera.

Post by Barry » Wed Jul 03, 2013 6:57 am

They had this version of pasturii at Beeches nursery when we was there;

http://www.panglobalplants.com/plants-f ... exotics160


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