Euphorbia ‘Tiny Tim’

(Dwarf Martin’s Spurge)

By February 7, 2017
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About Euphorbia ‘Tiny Tim’ (Dwarf Martin’s Spurge)

Euphorbia ‘Tiny Tim’ is a compact, evergreen shrub ideal for year round conditions. This specimen grows narrow, dark green stacked leaves that are topped intermittently with new growth that age from burgundy to dark green. From spring through early fall you can find showy creamy-green flowers with maroon and yellow centers. Its interesting flowers are grown on red stems that climb out slightly above the foliage reaching an average landscape size reaches 1′ x 1 – 1.5′.

Care and Planting Instructions 

Plant Euphorbia ‘Tiny Tim’ in well-draining soil in an area that receives full to partial sun exposure. Water regularly to establish a healthy root system then, reduce frequency. Not only is this shrub hardy to heat and extreme cold conditions, it is also considered low maintenance and known to deter deer.

Landscape Design Ideas 

Dwarf Martin’s Spurge is compact in size and makes a great low hedging plant. Plant around a bed of flowers, along a pathway or on its own.

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Botanical Name: Euphorbia 'Tiny Tim'

Common Name: Dwarf Martin’s Spurge

Average Landscape Size: 10-12" x 12-18"

Plant Type: Evergreen

Bloom Color: Cream & Green

Foliage Color: Green & Burgundy

Forms: Shrub

Sizes: 1 Gallon

Special Features: Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance, Rabbit Resistant, Showy Spring Flowers, Waterwise, Year-round Interest, Hedging Plant, Easy Pruning, Ornamental Plant, Tolerates Light Frost,