There seem to be several plants known by this name. But the one that we have on our property is Euphorbia marginata. Snow on the Mountain is a strange name for a plant that grows here where there is seldom any snow. Occasionally, we get an inch or two but mostly winter precipitation is in the form of sleet. which forms a sheet of ice on the ground and roads. However, Snow on the Mountain is native in several areas of the US – from Minnesota to Texas.
Snow on the Mountain starts blooming in the late summer and continues through the fall. They spread by seed and multiply quickly. At three to four feet tall and with their brightness, they stand out in the field.
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