Epimedium grandiflorum f koreanum “La Rochaille” – Taller epimedium form. Pale lemon flowers, with white inner sepals on red stems.
Pink backed, white snowflake with heavy pink mottling to the edge of the petals. We understand that this is of American origin and like most of our cultivars from USA, tends to be slow to propagate in the UK. We have no idea why this is.
Epimedium leptorrhizum – Very large pale pink flowers in spring and early summer. Evergreen. H&S 30-45cm. Moist, humus-rich soil in partial shade. Introduced by Ogisu from Sichuan, China
Dwarf form of the deciduous Japanese native, Epimedium grandiflorum. New foliage of is pale blue-bronze. Flower spikes up to 25cm, with violet flowers.
Flat blooming, notch petalled thrum. Blue flower buds open to white flowers suffused with pink/blue blush. Colour ages to a more pink hue. From the former Martin Nest Nurseries in Lincolnshire.
Oriental Ostrich Fern Deciduous fern with large open fronds up to 100cm and distinctive fruiting fronds in late spring. Grow in a sheltered position in cool moist soil. Spreads slowly.