Has white flowers in March on a small 4" growing perennial.
This handsome plant gets about 11' tall and is covered with amber colored flowers in March. When we had this plant 2 years ago. When they bloomed, the plants sold out in just days.
Winter foliage on this evergreen turns almost black. Principally grown for its foliage but the flowers are soft yellow with orange veining.
Has pink inner sepals and bright red spurs. Semi evergreen. This plant spreads slowly.
Flowers are white and purple are held above beautiful mottled foliage. This evergreen perennial will make a beautiful plant for the woodland garden.
A low growing evergreen epimedium. The flowers are found as yellow sprays making a pretty small space ground cover for the woodland garden.
This Elizabeth Strangman hybrid has silvery pink flowers above the narrow evergreen leaves.
This 6" epimedium has white flowers in spring. The slowly spreading woodlander is a good companion for ferns, spring bulbs and other shade plants.
Has soft lavender flowers on 6-8" plants.
Has pretty pink flowers in March and April, Our plant is fairly slow to spread.
A low grower to perhaps 4-6" with soft lavender flowers.
This low growing (6" or less) epimedium has light pink flowers just above the foliage in spring. Makes a nice small growing ground cover in semi-shade or full sun (not south facing).
Has mottled large leaflets like camouflage. The foliage color lasts only a short time in spring, but reappears in fall.
Has orange and yellow flowers. The evergreen foliage will persist all winter, but as with all our Epimediums, we cut them back in January to have beautiful new growth with the flowers.
We got this beautiful plant from We Du Nursery over 25 years ago. The large foliage is slightly shorter than the dark purple red flowers. A robust plant that forms beautiful clumps.
A small growing epimedium with pretty white flowers. So far our plant is fairly open growing, but still attractive.
A mid purple epimedium on a 8-12' plant. This clump former will slowly form a nice plant with lots of purple flowers.
Native to Georgia. This eastern European plant is tough as nails (will survive dry shade). The yellow flowers are bright and rise above the deep green foliage.
Red- rose-colored flowers appear on a robust plant. Brought in the country by Harold Epstein. Will have some purple new growth in the spring.
Has soft reddish pink flowers on a 12" plant. This variety is really easy to grow and is adaptable.
Has burgundy margins on the new foliage. Flowers are lavender pink with long spires on the flowers.
Has bright yellow flowers in March followed by large leaves with purple blotches. 'Thunderbolt' looks beautiful for its fall foliage alone.
Has soft creamy yellow flowers on a 6-12" plant. The foliage is best cut down late winter so the flowers can show their best
Has brilliant orange flowers in March-April. this easy woodland perennial makes a splash of color each spring.
Is a slowly spreading evergreen barron wort. The flowers are white, but not exciting. However, the foliage is spiny, long and deep green in summer-fall. The new growth is chocolate colored. Very beautiful foliage plant.
Brilliant golden yellow flowers on stems up to 12" tall. The evergreen foliage holds up well during most winters, but we take hedge shears to the plants in January-February. One of the most vigorous growers in the garden.