Myrtle Spurge

Euphorbia myrsinites

 Myrtle spurge is often planted as a garden ornamental. It will quickly take over a garden bed and begin to spread in natural areas. 

Myrtle spurge is often planted as a garden ornamental. It will quickly take over a garden bed and begin to spread in natural areas. 

 Myrtle spurge produces a milky sap that can cause burns on human skin. 

Myrtle spurge produces a milky sap that can cause burns on human skin. 

Please visit NWBC for more information on this weed.