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A rare species with possible the best flowers in the genus. Tall, slender stems bearing a few dark green leaves and nodding heads of rich yellow flowers in late spring to 50cm. Good soil in shade. Slow clump former.
This is a stunner! Arching stems of dusky pink, starry flowers over long narrow leaves of pale green with purplish-brown markings. Elegant and unusual. 30cm. Good soil in shade. Epimedium acuminatum x Epimedium dolichostemon.
Found in Hunan, China in 1994 this lovely, rare species has short stems bearing sprays of largish (up to 3cm) flowers, this sepals white and the petals a rich purple-brown. Slowly creeping clumps to perhaps 15cm high. Good woodland soil in shade.
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.
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.
A giant South African bulb better known by the old name: Eucomis pole-evansii. Broad green leaves and purple spotted stems of greenish cream flowers in summer to 1.2m or more. Drained but good soil in sun. Fairly hardy.
An unusual Aster with its shiny green leaves, black stems and masses of small white flowers with yellow centres that rapidly turn pink - and it likes shade! Low clumps to 60cm, flowers midsummer. Any reasonable soil in shade or part shade.