All of these odd-looking plants have decorative stems, but those of P. macrocarpus are bare most of the year. Inconspicuous red flowers are concealed in tubular or slipper-shaped red bracts. Some botanists consider Pedilanthus to be a part of the genus Euphorbia.Pedilanthus macrocarpus
Native to Mexico. This shrub grows to 5 ft. tall and 2–3 ft. wide, with small, scanty leaves that drop soon after they emerge. The fleshy, waxy, whitish, forking, half-inch-thick stems are the main feature. Bears 1-in. bracts in late spring; may repeat in summer after rainfall. Tolerates light shade, but has the best form in full sun.
Native to Mexico. This shrub grows to 5 ft. tall and 2–3 ft. wide, with small, scanty leaves tha...
Tropical gardenia fragrance on a cold-hardy, easy-care plant. Jubilation flowers from spring through f...
Fast growth to 2–3 ft. high and 4–5 ft. wide (much smaller in pots). Flat, thin, nearly ro...