A dramatic addition to the garden or patio, Blackbird's evergreen foliage is deep purple when exposed to full sun and a darker green when grown in a more shaded area. Tufts of dark red new growth top the clump of foliage, and compact racemes of yellow-green bracts are produced on reddish stems. Deer tend to avoid. Euphorbia 'Nothowlee' PP17178
Unique CharactersticsPerennial Resource: Selected for its dark foliage and compact, bushy habit, Blackbird is easily distinguished in the landscape and makes a dramatic specimen in large containers.Tufts of dark red new growth top the clump of deep purple, evergreen foliage. UV exposure draws out the purple coloring, so if planted in more shade, the foliage is dark green. In late spring, compact racemes of yellow-green bracts are produced on reddish stems just above the clump of contrasting purple foliage.