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Family: BerberidaceaeMain Season: SpringFlower Colour: BrownLeaf Colour: GreenFoliage: Semi-EvergreenPosition: ShadeSoil Type: Good, moist, humus-richHeight: 30cm to 45cm (12" to 18")Peat Free? YesHardiness Guide: RHS H7 minimum at least -20CPot Size: 9cm
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Difficult to describe as the flower colour varies considerably from sun to shade! In shade it is a dull brown-purple, in sun rich reddish fading to yellow spur tips. Big flowers to 4.5cm across on stems to 45cm. Good soil in shade.
Very evergreen here in Norfolk, Epimedium x omeiense has distinctive angular leaves and produces it's showy flowers in generous branched heads on wiry, arching stems in mid-spring. The flower colour is variously described as dull, greyish, purplish or brown by those who have only seen it on a dull, cloudy day. But when you see it with a bit of sun you would be forgiven for thinkng it an entirely different plant with it's rich reddish brown flowers with long spurs tipped in lemon yellow.
The new leaves start entirely ruby red slowly fading to the typical rich green as they mature and toughen up.
'Stormcloud' is one of the original introductions of this naturally occurring hybrid, found by Mikinori Ogisu on the slopes of Emei Shan in Sichuan, China.
Pretty palest pink flowers in generous sprays in spring. Red-purple margins to the deciduous foliage. Neat clumps to 30cm for good soil in shade.
An early hybrid from Elizabeth Strangman with showy lavender-pink flowers with darker middles in spring. Striking foliage. E. dolichostemon x E. leptorrhizum. 30cm.
Epimedium membranaceum Og 93.047£5.00
A recent introduction from China, this species has almost prickly evergreen foliage and very large, long spurred, light yellow flowers in late spring. Good soil in shade. New foliage is stunning with reddish patches on coppery green leaves.