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Re: anyone know this plant?

Looks to me a lot like Euphorbia cyparissus or cypress spurge, except that 
the one that grows in my garden doesn't have such brilliant flowers - more a 
soft yellow-orange.  But then I've had mine for 40 years or more, so there must 
be new varieties. It's sorta a weedy thing, but is very persistent in a shady, 
poor soil place where nothing much else grows, so I'm glad to have it.  I'm 
sure someone else in this group can give you a more professional opinion, but 
it's surely one of the spurge Euphorbias.  Auralie

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