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E. x youngianum cultivar.  Multiple small white flowers over low growing spreading foliage.

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Nov 2021

Recent introduction from the national collection holder and becoming available around 2015.  Medium sized evergreen hybrid.  Later flowering, with long flowering season into autumn.  Orange shaded yellow petals.  

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

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April 2021

American hybrid with pink and red flowers over mottled young leaves.  H to 45cm. Humus rich light shade

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Nov 2021

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

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Evergreen clumper with masses of dainty two-tone pink flowers in early spring.

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Epimedium grandiflorum.  Vigorous clump forming evergreen. New foliage with pink splashes in early spring. Sprays of spurred respberry pink flowers in spring. H&S 25-40cm

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Epimedium grandiflorum.  Deciduous with new reddish-brown leaves in early spring with short spikes of small pale-centred red-purple flowers.

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Epimedium x youngianum.  Spreading perennial.  Pretty pale pink flowers over fresh red-hued leaves in 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 2021

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

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Epimedium x-rubrum. Spreading evergreen perennial.  Red and lemon flowers over fresh red-hued leaves in early spring.  Plant in light shade, away from summer drought and winter waterlogging, but water in well in its first year. (photograph courtesy of Danielle Monbaliu)

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Also called: E. wushanense Spiny Leaves. Rare Chinese Epimedium wushanense introduced in 2006 by Darrell Probst; and named by Plant Delights Nursery in USA.  Low growing cultivar.