(aka: Euphorbia 'Tiny Tim') This hybrid with the bizarre name comes from the UK's Tim Crowther who discovered it as a compact branch sport in a batch of Euphorbia x amygdaloides. The narrow blue-green leaves with a hint of red form a compact, red-stemmed, deer-resistant clump to 1' tall x 1' wide. In late winter to early spring, the terminal flower spikes develop as a cloud of small, green, tightly-clustered flowers. Euphorbia 'Waleutiny' is nice in the garden or as part of a container planting. As with most euphorbias, good drainage is very important. After flowering, cut the old flowering shoots to the ground to rejuvenate new foliage.