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Re: Euphorbia question

Thanks, Jim.  That didn't tell me very much, but thanks anyway.

In a message dated 05/21/2006 11:49:44 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:
Here's a Cornell University about it--


On May 21, 2006, at 10:48 AM, Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:

> Anyway, I was pretty resistant, since they didn't have just the things
> I had been looking for, but I couldn't resist a charming plant I had 
> never
> seen before. The tag says Euphorbia 'Diamond Frost.'  It doesn't look
> like any Euphorbia I have ever seen before, but I do know that the
> genus is vast.  This is a small plant with very delicate-looking leaves
> liberally splashed with white.  Do any of you knowledgable people
> know this plant?  What should I expect it to become?  I will plant it
> in a container, but will it thrive in a combination planting, or does 
> it
> need its own pot?  Any information will be appreciated.
> Auralie

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