Mystery red euphorbia

Mystery red euphorbia

I apologise in advance for not having a photo to show you - if there's no answer, I'll try to get a photo and post again when I have one. I bought a dark red euphorbia a few years ago, which I really like, but I lost the name tag and don't know what species or variety it is, and I've not seen another one like it. It's low growing, about 12". It seeds itself around a bit but is not invasive. The leaves are very dark purply red (the same colour as a dark-leaved berberis or cotinus) and the flower bracts are the same colour. The flowers are quite open / spaced rather than a tight cluster like you get with some euphorbias. It's flowering now; I'm in the UK. It's herbaceous, dies down in winter then shoots again from ground level in spring. It keeps the red colour all spring and summer, doesn't turn green at all if it's in a sunny spot, although where it's totally shaded from the sun it is much greener. It's not amygdaloides purpurea and it's not griffithii. Any suggestions? Edit: Found it! It's euphorbia dulcis 'chameleon'.
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