A compact form of the species, growing into a rounded evergreen bush, 2-1/2 to 3 ft. tall and wide. Narrow, blue-green leaves line the rubbery upright branches. Large, round floral heads made up of bright, lime-green, showy bracts begin in the spring and persist into summer. The flowers are attractive to an array of pollinators. Easy to grow in sun to light shade, where they are fairly drought tolerant once established. The milky sap is a skin irritant and makes the plant deer resistant.