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My Euphorbia polychroma throws off lots of seedlings. Sometimes I dig them up to sell. I'm doing that now for next year's sale. It can be difficult to get the whole taproot, but I try. And yet, that doesn't seem to be the answer to successful overwintering. About 1/2 of them don't make it and I'm trying to figure out how to do it better. Most of the E. dulcis Chameleon make it, but E polys are the ones people ask for. And it's not size. Sometimes big ones survive, sometimes little ones. Any ideas?

I'm hoping that my E Tiny Tim and E Tasmanian Tiger will someday throw off some volunteers too.

neIN, Zone 5
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