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Dwarf form of the deciduous Japanese native, Epimedium grandiflorum.  New foliage of is pale blue-bronze. Flower spikes up to 25cm, with violet flowers.

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New evergreen hybrid with unusual deep red-purple flowers in spring.  Humus rich soil with some shade

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Epimedium acuminatum “Night Mistress” – Introduced by Darrell Probst in 2004.  Originating from wild collecting in 2000 near Nanchuan in China’s Chongqing municipality. Long arching flower spikes in early spring with large dark purple flowers and white backing sepals.  H&S to 50cm.

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

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

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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.