The Myrtle Spurge is a small creeping plant that will work wonders in the rockery garden, as a groundcover in flowerbeds, edges or grown in pots for the terrace or balcony.
Small plant 10 cm high with woody base and branches that grow up to about 40 cm. At the end of the branches appear the yellow inflorescences. The leaves are very decorative due to their oval shape, succulent texture and glaucous color.
Handle the plant with care as it releases an irritating latex when it comes into contact with the eyes or skin.
Direct sowing at temperatures of 15ºC night/25ºC day. Lightly cover the seeds and maintain the humidity until germination is completed.