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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!

Epimediums

Agaki-zakura

£6.50

E. grandiflorum var. thunbergianum cultivar from Japan.  Pale rose pink flowers.

Out of stock

Epimediums

Buckland Spider

£6.50

Large dusky pink flowers to 25cm in spring with the new foliage. Deciduous in acidic humus rich soil in shade.

Epimediums

King Prawn

£6.50

New hybrid many sizeable cream and red-pink bi-coloured flowers in tall spikes to 75cm.  Leaves marked. Humus rich shade. Raised by Desirable Plants

Epimediums

Niveum

£6.50

E. x youngianum cultivar.  Large white flowers

Epimediums

Phoenix

£6.50

Epimedium x acuminatum – New evergreen hybrid rich purple flowers with white tipped spurs.  H30cm. Humus rich shade.  Introduced by Wendy Perry. syn. “Emperor”

Out of stock

Epimediums

Pink Constellation

£6.50

Pink nodding backswept flowers in spring.  Evergreen foliage. Humus rich shade

Epimediums

Pink Elf

£6.50

Epimediums

Simple Beauty

£6.50

A very recently discovered and (to the best of our knowledge) yet unnamed species discovered by Darrell Probst, who introduced it in 2010.  It appears however to have adopted the name “Simple Beauty”.  Unusual in that the large glossy elongated leaves appear singly, rather in their normal triplet form.   Flower spikes above the foliage [...]

Epimediums

Sunshowers

£6.50

American hybrid (Sunshowers Fariy Wings). Abundant flowers yellow petals and pale pink sepals on spikes to 30cm.  Semi evergreen. Humus rich in light shade

Epimediums

Tama-no-genpei

£6.50

E. grandiflorum var. thunbergianum cultivar from Japan.  White petals and pink sepals.  Striking

Out of stock

Epimediums

Wildside Amber

£6.50

Long spurred amber flowers.  Young foliage speckled.  Evergreen hybrid h40cm.  Shade humous

Out of stock

Epimediums

Yuubae

£6.50

E. grandiflorum var. thunbergianum from Japan.  Large, white spurred red flowers in two flushes, initially over new bronze spring foliage. Can be found named incorrectly as “Rose Queen”.