There are several species of hardy Spurge worts, all easily grown in ordinary soil, and increased from seeds or division. The best selling kinds are capitata, 6 in., yellow; Cyparissias, the Cypress Spurge, 1-2 ft., with narrow leaves and dense masses of yellowish-green roundish bracts (commonly called flowers); epithymoides, 1 ft., golden yellow; Lathyris, 3 ft., the Caper Spurge, greenish-yellow; Myrsinites, 9 in. golden-yellow; and Wulfeni, a fine plant with dense heads of greenish-yellow cuplike bracts.