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Euphorbia Milii Cultivar Catalog

Introduction | EV 1-99 | EV 100-199 | EV 200-299 | EV 300-399


Progeny from the Taiwan micro mini Euphorbia. The mother has a strong terminal blooming trait, which it passes onto its seedling. Better flower size and color and nicer, deep green leaves on a plant which is still very small and compact, more so than E. milii var. imperitae.
Left EV 100 with its micro mini parent; on right several EV 100 plants- the black pots are 12 cm, the red 15 cm.



A plant that didn't seem very promising initially, with washed out pink flowers and vigorous foliage but looks quite good when grown well as seen at right. This selection illustrates how well grown plants can bring out the best in any selection.
15 cm pots at right.



A medium sized hybrid with compact leaves yet large flowers. Pastel pink flowers are borne in large clusters. The picture on left shows a very different flower color but is most likely due to light conditions- the color at right is more accurate.
15 cm pot.



Occasionally we get hybrids that seem to show more flowers than leaves- EV 107 is one of these, always covered with the greenish yellow flowers. Such plants are difficult to propagate.
Original seedling in a 10 cm square pot at left, cutting in a 15 cm pot at right.



One of the early white centered selections with a bright pink base color. This clone often gives terminal blooms in winter (top left). Rest of the year it is an average hybrid.
Cutting in 13 cm pot on left, mother plant in 15 cm pot on right.



One of the clones which can almost bloom itself to death. I have almost always seen this clone (and a few others) with this massive amount of flowers. They open pastel pink and slowly turn light green over several months. Most of the flowers are sterile.
Above plant in 15 cm pot.



A deep, solid orange-pink with light centre and prolific blooming mark this selection. The old flowers fade and turn quite an unsightly green- this is an issue with many selections that have very long lasting flowers. One easy option is to cut them off before they become green.
Plant at right in a 15 cm pot.



A small leaved compact plant with relatively large, round white flowers tinged pink. We are propagating this one for further trials.
15 cm pot.



An unusual colored flower, small in size but borne in large clusters to give quite an impact. Deep green, long narrow leaves and long lasting bloom make a very attractive, fast growing hybrid.
15 cm pot.



The pink on this one is quite different and eye catching, enhanced by the central eye. I am not sure just how floriferous this one is but the flowers are definitely outstanding.
12 cm pot.



One of the many very compact selections; on left when not in bloom. These are not very attractive in themselves but are good for further breeding, as the more recent progeny show.
12 cm pot at left, 15 cm at right.



We have a lot of these compact, small leaved selections with white to cream flowers, most highlighted with green. The idea is to compare them after propagation and select the one or two top ones. This is one of these selections.
Cutting grown plant in a 15 cm pot.



Another one of these, this one with longer leaves and also longer, erect flower stalks. On right the pic shows the two similar clones side by side- EV 141 on left and EV 148 on right. Such close comparison is necessary to select between otherwise similar clones.
Plants in 15 cm pots.



Shiny, dark green, long and prominent leaves led to this clone being numbered. Flowers are quite a disappointment but I really like the foliage and plant form and hopefully can use this at some time in the future and get better flowers on similar plants.



More unusual than attractive, this clone always stands out for its odd flower color. Difficult to describe but may be a brownish, orangish pink? The plant is quite floriferous but also very lanky, like so many of the old E. milii hybrids.
Plant at right is in a 17 cm pot.



Selected several years ago for its deep green foliage and reasonable sized orange flowers. This selection is very ordinary for us now, but would be quite acceptable in Europe at present, at least in overall appearance
12 cm pot.



Pink with a cream touch, this selection distinguished itself in its compact growth pattern and massive flower display. Since we have so may as good or better ones, this clone has not been extensively propagated or studied.
15 cm pot.


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