Plant of the Day: Euphorbia griffithii ‘Fireglow’

Orange is my signature color. I’m a big fan of euphorbia and have fallen in and out of love with many but I fell hard for Euphorbia griffithii ‘Fireglow’ the moment I saw it and our love affair continues years later!

Although it began as a single stalk, after three years it’s spread to a nice patch in my hell strip and I’ve given it plenty more room to grow!

This part of the garden received a major renovation with the removal of a crepe myrtle and repositioning of collection of Stipa gigantea. It’s early emergence is just in time for the lavender-blue camassia and will bloom most of the summer as the purple allium and Russian sage take over!

If you are looking for a super easy, long blooming plant that packs a color punch, Euphorbia griffithii ‘Fireglow’ is a great option! One word of advice, if you see it, buy it as it seems to always be in high demand!

See you tomorrow!