Solved Strange new plant in my flower bed

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  1. DaveyNG

    DaveyNG Apprentice Gardener

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    plant-1.jpgplant-2.jpg Hi
    Wondering if someone could enlighten me on what this plant is.
    I believe it's a euphorbia
     
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    Yes, Euphorbia.
     
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        That's a new one on me, I have never seen A Euphorbia like that. I like it.
         
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        Not one to be encouraged, it seeds all over the place.
         
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          pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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          I get these come up every year, I thought it was a good looking plant about 20 yrs ago:biggrin:

          Got to admit its not really invasive and easily removed, but if you let one seed you will be surprised where it comes up next year.:smile:
           
        • Phil A

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          Burma?
           
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            I had one pop up in my garden this year. Have potted it up and will put it into my new silver bed when I've finished digging in manure.
             
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            Interesting plant but BEWARE. Verty toxic and as already mentioned, it exudes a white milk-like substance, highly toxic and severe irritant.
             
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            Thank you all for your replies. I will remove the plant given it’s poisonous nature.
             
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