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Epimedium versicolor sulphureum


By Siris

Epimedium versicolor sulphureum (Epimedium versicolor sulphureum)

The new leaves develop after the flowers, so I cut off all the old leaves before the flowers come. The leaves are prettily veined.

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Do the same with ours, the winter had made a terrible mess of them!

20 Apr, 2018


Don't bonuses come afterward? The flowers come first!

20 Apr, 2018


I can't wait for mine to settle in and get going well.

21 Apr, 2018


Epimedium xrubrum still hasn't come thro' the soil yet. I'm going to have to move it to somewhere more to its liking.

21 Apr, 2018


Have tried several, but this yellow one seems to like our garden.....

21 Apr, 2018


I think this is one of the most obliging.

21 Apr, 2018

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