Euphorbia variegata. - Variegated Euphorbia. - A most elegant species; a native of Missouri and Arkansas Territory; an annual much cultivated now in gardens, and highly esteemed; flowering late in autumn, and remarkable for its abundant variegated floral leaves.
Leaves oval entire; wavy, edged with white; capsules smooth; stems hairy.
The seed must be sown early in April; it is some time vegetating.