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Mole Plant

Image of Euphorbia lathyris
Image of Euphorbia lathyris
Image of Euphorbia lathyris
Image of Euphorbia lathyris

Euphorbia lathyris

  • So called because these are known to have the property of deterring moles where planted.
  • Commonly known as Caper Spurge.
  • Moles are said not to like the scent exuded by the roots into the soil, or the taste it gives to worms

Supplied as a plant grown in a 7cm pot.

Available from approximately April 2018

1 or more £2.60GBPGBP
each. Group & quantity discounts
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Commonly known as Caper Spurge, their use as a mole deterrent has been known of for many years. Amazingly there has been no formal research on this purported property, though we have to say that from our own experience they do indeed work!

It is thought that the roots exude a scent into the soil that the moles do not like (and may also taint the flavour of worms making them unpalatable) - and so the moles relocate elsewhere.

The plant itself is a highly ornamental architectural plant with erect stems of glaucous-green long thin leaves.

  • Biennial, but will self seed.
  • Grows to approximately 4 feet (120 cm) tall.
  • Plant at 10 feet (3 metre) spacings for best effect.
  • All parts of the plant, including the seeds and roots are poisonous. Handling may cause skin irritation as the plant produces latex.
  • While poisonous to humans and most livestock, goats sometimes eat it and are immune to the toxin. However, the toxin can be passed through the goat's milk.
Available from approximately April 2018

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3 = £2.50
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How To...

How To Plant Out Ornamentals
Detailed advice on how to plant out ornamentals, including information on recommended planting distances.

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