CONTAINER PLANT Information Base forum: Diamond Frost/Euphorbia - Flowers/Annual/Tender Perennial
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|Winter hardy to USDA Zone 10. DIAMOND FROST is grown in most of the US as an annual. It performs well in dry to medium moisture, moderately fertile, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Soils must be sharply drained. Allow soils to dry before rewatering. Moist soils and/or over watering can be fatal. Plants generally have good heat and drought tolerance. Site plants in containers or in the garden. plants. Containers may be brought indoors before first fall frost for overwintering in a sunny window where they may continue to flower. Cut back stems and take containers outdoors in spring after last frost date. Many gardeners simply repurchase new plants each spring.
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