Wood spurge

Spurge
Spurge

 

Wood spurge (Euphorbia amygdaloides) is commonly found in coppiced woodlands in the south of England.   Spurges have a complex floral structure with flowers having no petals or sepals.  Wood spurge is the ancestor of many varieties of garden euphorbia.

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