Euphorbia myrsinites has sulfur-yellow 2"-4" flower clusters at the tips of trailing stems of gray-green triangular leaves. Flowering starts in very early spring, providing nectar for early butterflies and other pollinators. Euphorbia myrsinites' fleshy, evergreen leaves are arranged in close spirals on the stems and are attractive spilling over a wall or the edge of a container. The milky sap of Euphorbia myrsinites may cause skin irritations, so we recommend gloves when handling this perennial plant.
Also known as Donkey Tail Spurge, Euphorbia myrsinites prefers full sun and average to poor soil that must be well-drained. It is drought tolerant once established. Euphorbia myrsinites may self sow where happy.