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Euphorbia Milii Cultivar Catalog

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

EV-301

A compact and very floriferous selection. The color impact is enhanced by double flowers (most flowers have more than the usual two bracts). Minimal greening with age, well proportioned leaves.
15 cm round pot.


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EV-303


Very compact, heavily branched plant with smooth deep green very attractive leaves and deep cream flowers shaded pink on the edges. A new generation of compact growers with more complex flower coloration, an advance over more basic colors.
10 cm square pots.


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EV-308


Lots of light cream flowers on a compact plant with medium sized leaves. 15cm round pot at left, same plant now much larger at right. Difference in color shade is due to sunlight.


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EV-310

Medium sized compact plant with lots of flowers with quite unusual coloration. The green highlights and pink flush as well as round flower form make this special.
10 cm square pot.


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EV-312


A medium to large sized plant with most of the flowers showing double bracts. The flower color is more vibrant than most, with little or no greening with age.
15 cm round pot.


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EV-315


One more of the many selections with white centers, this one also has a white border. Medium sized flowers on a plant with deep green well proportioned sized leaves.
15 cm pot at left, larger plant at right.


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EV-316

A selection similar to the above, with somewhat smaller flowers. We need to select out clones with similar flowers because we don't know how they will behave later on- we would be looking at propagation behavior, overall color etc before discarding the inferior clones.


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EV-319

A large, Thai type selection with large leaves. Selected primarily for the unusual flower pattern. Even if the plant is poor in general form, special flower color or pattern is selected out for further breeding.


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EV-321


A plant with smaller leaves and flowers and overall compact growth in this medium sized hybrid. Selected because the bright flowers stand out against the deep green foliage.


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EV-322

The color shade of these flowers is difficult to describe but definitely some what different from the normal pinks. Lots of flowers on a robustly growing plant with thick thorns.
Plant has outgrown its 13cm square pot.


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EV-323


Lots of small flowers on this well branched, compact clone. Leaves are deep green.


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EV-324


Robust grower with large, bright red flowers. The leaves of this clone are characteristically held up and close to the stem- this may be because of some nutritional problems as the leaves are red tinged too. If it is genetic, it means we have a Euphorbia milii which is easy to sleeve.15 cm pot.


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EV-325


Small bright pink flowers with green centers cover this compact hybrid with small leaves. Self branching plant should be easy to propagate.


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EV-328

Large, Thai type hybrid with clusters of large, light cream flowers with orange yellow glands contrasting strongly in the centre.
10 cm square pot with plant badly in need of repotting.


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EV-330


Another hybrid with subtle flower coloration. Flowers are held above the foliage on strong red stalks. Medium sized laves and plant, somewhat tall growing.


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EV-333


Thai type selection with cream flowers splashed and sprinkled with cream. Large flowers on a large plant.
15 cm round pot.


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EV-336

Pink flowers that green relatively soon but still look good. The green highlight on the cyathia is a common feature that enhances the appeal of many of our Euphorbia hybrids.


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EV-337


Large yellow cream flowered plant. Lots of flowers on a large robust plant.
15cm pot.


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EV-338

Very large plant probably more suitable for landscape use. Flowers open up pink and slowly become lighter with age.
This plant is in a 30cm pot.


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EV-340


Very large flowers (the largest we have seen on any hybrid, ours or Thai) with subtle pink color and darker edges. The down side to this clone is the relatively few flowers in each cluster and the short lived flowers. Large, Thai type plant.


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EV-341


Very compact, heavily branched clone with flowers held well above the foliage on straight, strong stalks. This is a seedling from EV 43 but with brighter color and little or no anther problem.
15 cm round pot, same plant two views.


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EV-342


A break through color was provided by EV 202 and this is one of its finest offspring. Flowers open up a greenish cream, slowly turn a rich cream with pink edges and progressively become pinker. The whole plant is covered with flowers of different shades all year. This reddening of lighter colored flowers on aging is equivalent to the greening of red flowers but is much less objectionable and can actually add to the flowers beauty. Plant is compact with attractive deep green foliage.
15 cm pot.


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EV-343

Another subtle flower coloration. Lots of flowers on a compact medium sized plant. The stalks are a bit weak but acceptable.
15 cm pot


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EV-344


Bright pink flowers on strong, red upright stalks on this vigorous, medium sized plant with strong thorns. Deep green leaves.
15 cm pot.


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EV-345

Large deep green leaves on a very compact plant with medium sized flowers. This is the kind of plant that is not very attractive in itself but different enough to warrant selection for further breeding.
15 cm pot.


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EV-346


Selected only for its very small stature and heavily branched, mounding habit. Flowers are too small, dull orange red. Form has been developed without any pruning or cutting of the plant.
15 cm pot, two views of the same plant.


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EV-347


Very special selection - extremely compact growth pattern, heavy branching and large flowers, especially in relation to the overall plant size.
12 cm pot.


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EV-348

A very compact, small leaved plant with small to medium sized, creamy pink flowers on long stalks held high above the foliage.
Clones like this, with very heavy flowering on vegetatively sparse plants will probably be too slow to get even minimally commercial but are good candidates for serious collectors and further breeding.
10 cm pot.


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EV-349


A long leaved clone with very short stem- it looks almost like a clump of leaves. Very basic, small red flowers.
10 cm square pot at left, 15 cm pot at right (the same plant after over a year of growth).


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EV-351


Like many recent hybrids, the flowers are difficult on EV 351 are difficult to describe. Here too the flowers turn pink with age. Plant is medium size.
15 cm pot.


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EV-352


Another plant with difficult to describe, unconventional flower color.


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EV-354

A clone similar to EV 110 but more pink. Such plants grow very slowly once they start flowering and most flowers are sterile.
15 cm pot.


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EV-355


Large Thai type hybrid with yellowish cream, large flowers.


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EV-356


Well branched, very compact plant with flowers held well above the foliage. Strong thorns on the short stubby stems.
12 cm pot.


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EV-357


Subtle apple green shading on creamy bracts- a lot of our recent selection feature new or unusual flower colors & patterns, many of them softly blended colors. Like many cream colored hybrids, the flowers on this one slowly green with age but this does not look bad as in red hybrids where the red and green mix to give muddy effect.


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EV-361


Light, pastel pink flowers with bright yellow glands in large clusters, slowly turning green. Compact, very thick stemmed plant with relatively small leaves.
15 cm pot.


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EV-363


Lots of flowers, long lasting and making quite a show for months. These show considerable greening with age but here too, I don't think they are detrimental to the looks of the plant, rather they add to a very complex coloration. Medium large plant with large flowers.
15 cm pot, plant badly in need of repotting


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EV-366


Medium sized plant with large leaves. The flower form of this hybrid is special, being very cupped.
15 cm pot.


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EV-367


Vigorous, tall and robust growing plant, lots of long lasting flowers chosen for landscape use. Stems are not as thick as in Thai hybrids.
15 cm pot.


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EV-368


Very E. lophogona type plant selected for its extra thick, long and strong flower stalks holding the large flowers upright above the long leaves. A poorly branching clone, I hope we can use it for future breeding for its really strong, upright stalks- better branching is easily introduced.


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