Euphorbia ‘Diamond Frost’ is a cultivar based on Euphorbia hypericifolia. This easy-to-care-for houseplant is becoming increasingly popular. Here in Germany, it is sold as a balcony plant.
How to care for Euphorbia “Diamond Frost”
Euphorbia ‘Diamond Frost’ is suitable for sunny, bright, lightly shaded, or shaded locations. If placed in a sunny to lightly shaded spot, it can be a non-stop bloomer, while in a shaded place, it produces fewer flowers.
You can use regular potting soil or a mix of humus and a bit of sand (3:1). Keep the soil moist but not wet, and allow it to dry at the soil’s surface between waterings.
In spring and summer, you can give it a half-diluted water-soluble fertilizer monthly. If it’s placed at room temperature during fall/winter, fertilize every six to eight weeks. If it’s in a colder winter location, there’s no need to feed.
Euphorbia “Diamond Frost” can be cultivated at room temperature throughout the year but can be wintered at +/-10°C/50°F, requiring less watering during this time.
Euphorbia “Diamond Frost” can be propagated by cuttings.