(aka: Euphorbia 'Redwing') We are pleased to offer this dazzling, deer-resistant English hybrid of Euphorbia amygdaloides x Euphorbia x martinii from Bernard Ticker. Euphorbia 'Charam' makes a tight mound to 20" tall of long blue-grey foliage. In late winter to early spring, the terminal flower spikes develop, turning a deep red just prior to flowering. Once they open, they reveal a massive cloud of bright gold hiding the foliage...truly a sight to behold. Euphorbia 'Charam' requires a dry location with good drainage, especially in areas of high rainfall. After flowering, cut the plant to the ground to rejuvenate new shoots. This is commonly sold as Euphorbia 'Redwing', which we discovered is not the name of this plant.