This has very deep purple petals backed up by light lavender. A lovely barronwort. One per customer.
This handsome plant gets about 12' tall and is covered with amber colored flowers in March. When they bloomed, the plants sold out in just days.
Is a sweet little barronwart with small leaves and white flowers.
A low growing evergreen epimedium. The flowers are found as yellow sprays making a pretty small space ground cover for the woodland garden.
This has very thin stems with lavender flowers and darker center petals. This graceful plant will get to 12".
This has a freckling spots of chocolate purple on the leaves with white flowers in March-April.
Has soft lavender flowers on 6-8" plants.
This has pretty pink flowers in March and April, Our plant is fairly slow to spread.
Has great purple spots on the foliage especially in spring. The flowers are small and white. It's all about the foliage, which is spectacular.
Has lovely white flowers with bronze new growth. This species was introduced in 1993 from China.
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.
This has light to medium purple flowers. We have been trying to get enough to list but still don't have large numbers.
This Xera Nursery introduction (Portland) has truly red flowers that are large and showy. The tips of the petals are bright yellow.
Is a form of E. grandiflorum with rich red flowers. Said to be magnificent in several descriptions. So must be nice.
Has gorgeous purple spots on the leaves. Flowers are an added bonus in spring and are plum and cream. Named by Xera Plants, Portland.
This has golden yellow flowers with purple chocolate petals backing up the yellow. This Xera introduction from Portland is lovely.
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