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Penny’s Primulas now stocks Epimediums – the perfect accompaniment to our truly special Primulas. What you see is what you get!

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*Unfortunately, we are not currently able to ship to the Scottish Highlands and Islands, Northern Ireland and the EU.

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Our ‘starter packs’ have proved to be popular in previous years.  We offer three different named cultivars, chosen by us.  We will provide a good range of cultivar types. No more than 3 starter collections per order (ie nine different named cultivars), please.  Includes post and packaging (mainland UK only).

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Feb 2022

E. grandiflorum var. thunbergianum cultivar from Japan.  Exceptional pale rose pink flowers. This cultivar clumps very slowly, which means that it will not be available in great numbers. Very floribund form, with red-edged, neat bright pale green foliage beneath. Translates as “Red Cherry Blossom”

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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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Epimedium flavum x wushanense.  Evergreen perennial, with new growth in early spring.  Orange/yellow flowers over deep green leaves, in spring and early summer.  Plant in light shade, away from summer drought and winter waterlogging, but water in well in its first year. Please note that we are licensed to propagate this variety.  This variety is [...]

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Late 2022

A recently introduced evergreen hybrid raised in France by Thierry Delabroye. One of a range of Epimedium cultivars named after characters in in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings.  Anardil was the king of Gondor.

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Nov 2022

Epimedium rhizomatosum x wushanense Raised by Danielle Monbaliu in Belgium.

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Nov 2021

Epimedium latisepalum x ogisui. Spreading evergreen perennial.  Large white flowers over fresh bronze coloured leaves in early spring.  Plant in light shade, away from summer drought and winter waterlogging, but water in well in its first year.

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Epimedium grandiflorum var higoense ‘Bandit’. Deciduous cultivar; leaves emerge in early spring coloured deep red with green veins, followed by profusions of pure white starry flowers held above the leaves.  Foliage matures to bright green with maroon edges to the leaves.

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Epimedium grandiflorum ‘Bicolor Giant’ CC 970206 A new cultivar for us, which we have little information about as yet.

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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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A hybrid raised in France by Thierry Delabroye.  A new cultivar with large flowers with uneven pink shades.

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Epimedium sempervirens ‘Candy Hearts’. A 2001 Darrell Probst introduction from America. Beautiful heart-shaped leaves emerge in spring, initially pink hued, but quickly maturing to bright green with a generous pink margin.  Large white flowers with a lavender blush rise above the foliage.  Up to 45cm tall, evergreen in mild winters.

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Epimedium wushanense ‘Caramel’. Big spidery caramel coloured flowers on stems to 1m.  Evergreen leaves mottled red.  Humus rich mottled shade.  Can cope in drier conditions.

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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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A popular form, but new to us.  Flowers maroon centred with creamy white spurs.

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Spiny leaved cultivar with distinct mahonia like foliage and bold creamy double flowers.  Likely to be an E. wushanense seedling. Raised by Coen Jansen.

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Epimedium latisepalum.  Free-flowering form with large white flowers with cream petals.   Plant in light shade, away from summer drought and winter waterlogging, but water in well in its first year.

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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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Free-flowering herbaceous form with sulpher yellow flowers over bronzed foliage in early spring.  Plant in light shade, away from summer drought and winter waterlogging, but water in well in its first year.

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Nov 2022

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

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Epimedium x davidii ‘Jean O’Neill’ Evergreen Chinese woodlander.  Raised by Peter Chappell, of Spinners Nursery, Hampshire.  Flowers have creamy white sepals with purple spurs.  30cm.  Plant in light shade, away from summer drought and winter waterlogging, but water in well in its first year.  

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Nov 2022

Recent hybrid in 2015.  Produces many sizeable cream and red-pink bi-coloured flowers in tall spikes to 75cm.  Leaves marked attractively to start and change to green over time.  Clumps well in humus rich shade. Sister to Epimedium “Knight Star”, this was raised by Julian Sutton from Desirable Plants, in Devon. The seed parent is E. [...]