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Nov 2022

E. acuminatum x dolichostemon,  Japanese origin, medium sized evergreen flowers early and prolifically at the same time as producing attractively coloured new foliage. Translates as “Milky Way”

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Nov 2021

Epimedium franchetii ‘Brimstone Butterfly’ OG87001.  Found in 1987 by Mikinori Ogisu in Hubei (China) and named in 1996 by William Stearn. Evergreen forming clumps with bright lemon yellow flowers.  Attractive coppery leaves when young.  H&S 50-100cm.

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Large dusky pink flowers to 25cm in spring with the new foliage. Deciduous in acidic humus rich soil in shade.  Tends to be free-running. A cross of E. grandiflorum with E. koreanum by Keith Wiley (Wildside Nursery)  

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Feb 2023

Evergreen with buff/amber flowers. Inner sepals white hinting pink. Petals edged lemon yellow fading to white along the spurs.  Raised by Keith Wiley of Wildside Nursery in Devon. It is a small to medium sized evergreen plant.    

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Nov 2022

Epimedium wushanense.  Upright flowering, with large creamy beige flowers. Raised by Julian Sutton of Desirable Plants in Totnes.  Named in recognition of the RHS show at which this seedling was exhibited by us and caused a minor sensation in 2017.

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Nov 2021

Possibly E.dolichostemon x E.leptorrhizum. Elizabeth Strangman introduction.  Soft pink flowers with extended stamens.   Evergreen foliage turns rich red in autumn.

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Nov 2022

Mid-sized evergreen plant with large golden flowers. Profuse and repeat flowering.

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Nov 2022

new variety (2018) from Koen van Poucke with large purple-pink flowers over fresh green foliage Height 45cm.

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Nov 2021

Epimedium acuminatum yellow flowered CC01141 – Unusual colour form of this evergreen Chinese species. Arching stems flowers quite late. H30cm shade and leaf-mould.  From Collingwood Collection

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Evergreen Chinese woodlander.  Mauve and white spurred flowers.  Plant in light shade, away from summer drought and winter waterlogging, but water in well in its first year.

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Epimediums

Epimedium davidii

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Nov 2022

Epimedium davidii – Yellow flowers April/May. Attractive evergreen foliage and good groundcover in shade. 30cm.

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Tassel Fern – A small, easy-to-grow fern for woodland edges in sun or part shade. Grows as a mound of attractive arching leathery, sharp-toothed, triangular fronds.  Hardy and evergreen in mild winter regions. A non-spreading species growing to 40cm.

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Palest pink semi-double cultivar of Primula sieboldii.  New to our collection in 2015.  Our collection of semi-double sieboldii all exhibit a variable trait on the extent of the double-petalling.  In good weather years the flowers will show the double nature fully.  In poor weather seasons the flowers will often revert to  single blooms for the [...]

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January 2023

Small flowered, deep pink with white spots at the centre.  Narrow, notched flat snowflake petals. Sourced from Japan, the name translates as “Red Dragonfly”.  A very attractive Sakurasu which dates from the late 1800s.

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January 2023

Narrow petalled snowflake with prominent pin.  White petals suffused pink and pink edged.

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January 2023

Blue backed and blue shaded white faced thrum.  Slender, flat tending to grasp-blooming petals. A floribund and reliable Primula sieboldii cultivar, which dates from the early 1800s in Japan. The name translates as “Autumn Clothes”

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January 2023

Flat blooming, sleder petalled pin. Deeply cut narrow pure white flowers with occasional streaks of green. This Primula sieboldii cultivar dates back to the late 1700s of the Edo Period in Japan and is prized for the green variegation on the petals. The name translates as “Flute of Green Leaves”.

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January 2023

A new cultivar from Japan, this is a translucent pinky-blue snowflake pin.

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January 2023

Sourced from Japan, this cultivar is white centred, with pink edged petals. The name translates as “Praiseworthy”

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January 2022

Flat blooming, slender petalled thrum.  Flushed pink flowers, darker towards the centre of the flower. Sourced from Japan by Martin Nest Nurseries. A very nice sakurasu, which looks very good in the evening light. The name translates as “Morning Sun on the Shore”.

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Flat blooming, overlap petalled pin.  White flowers with pale pink suffused reverse. The cultivar name derives from the river in Saitama, central Japan.

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January 2022

Bright pink thrum with flat, snowflake petals.  This Primula sieboldii cultivar can ‘sport’ but our source plant tends not to.  This cultivar is a relatively recent introduction from the late twentieth century. The name translates as “Informal Meeting”

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January 2023

Cultivar obtained from Japan.  This has variable pink edging and mottling on white semi-snowflake petals The name translates as “Plover at Play”

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January 2022

Flat blooming, slender notch petalled pin.  Pink mottled petals, with deep pink bars on petal edges and deep pink reverse.  Raised in USA.  One of our more difficult Primula sieboldii cultivars.