come sin trays or in 1 gallon pots
P. terminalis – Japanese Spurge – This spreading, evergreen perennial from Northern China and Japan is the most commonly grown and grows 4-8″ tall with an indefinite spread. It produces obovate, coarsely toothed, leathery, glossy, dark green leaves, to 4″ long, clusters at the ends of the shoots. In early summer it bears tiny, white, sometimes pink or purple tinted, male flowers in spikes, up to 1 1/4″ long.
Grow in any soil but very dry, preferably enriched with humus, in full to partial shade. The more light the more water they need. Divide in spring.