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Euphorbia millii red bracts with yellow flowers in sunlight
euphorbia millii
Euphorbia millii (Crown of Thorns)

Hailing from Madagascar, with a significant presence in gardens across warmer climates globally. Esteemed for its ornamental appeal, it was honored with the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society. Typically reaching a height of 3 feet, it is drought-tolerant, heat-loving, and everblooming. ​Various hybrids have been developed with different flower colors and sizes. Photographed in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Small red Euphorbia millii bracts in sunlight with small yellow flowers
Euphorbia millii red bracts and flowers
Looking down at a small Euphorbia millii plant with green leaves and red bracts
Euphorbia millii with pink flowers
Euphorbia millii yellow bracts with pink markings around small yellow flowers
Euphorbia millii orange flowers and bracts
Yellow with orange bract Euphorbia bracts and brown throns
Two Euphorbia millii plants one with small red breats and the other with large leaves and red-orange bracts
Euphorbia millii flower cluster
Euphorbia millii yellow flowers and bracts
Euphorbia millii red bracts with yellow flowers
Euphorbia millii yellow flower and red bracts
Red petal-like bracts with pink marks covered in raindrops and with small Euphorbia millii flowers
A beautiful cluster of Euphorbia millii red and pink bracts under sunlight
A grouping of Euphorbia millii plants

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