The Griffith's spurge (Euphorbia griffithii) belongs to Euphorbiaceae (the Spurge family). It is a perennial herb that is native to Bhutan, Tibet and south west China. This herb spreads by rhizomes and it can reach about 90 cm in height. The leaves are dark green, narrow oblong with red central veins, turning red and yellow in fall. The brilliant red and yellow flowers bloom in the cyathia in summer.The species name refers to William Griffith who was a British doctor, naturalist, and botanist. The photos are a cultivar 'Fireglow'.