The urge to merge with the spurge of the spring

Euphorbia euphoria

Euphorbia euphoria

Small batches of Cypress spurge (Euphorbia cyparissias) lined one of the sand dune paths near the North Pond on Sandy Hook. With an underpinning of straight, narrow leaves suggesting stubby pine needles, its outer reaches exploded into bright yellow cloud clusters.

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