Epimedium x warleyense
A random cross between E. alpinum and E. pinnatum
From the garden of Miss Ellen Willmott at Warley Place, England.
Robust and vigorous evergreen groundcover.
Flower color slightly darker than E. x warleyense 'Orangekönigin'. (see below)
Height 30 cm.
Epimedium x warleyense 'Orangekönigin'
Robust and vigorous evergreen
groundcover even on difficult locations.
Height 30 cm.
Epimedium 'Wildside Ruby'
Height about 30 cm.
Epimedium 'William Stearn'
recent cross between E.
membranaceum and E.
x omeiense by Robin White.
Named in honor of Professor William T. Stearn, author of the book The Genus Epimedium, the standard work.
Flowers bordeaux with yellow spur tips.
The green foliage is spotted dark red in spring.
Height about 40 cm.
Epimedium 'Wim Boens'
Epimedium 'Winter's End'
A vigorous hybrid of E. flavum
and E. pinnatum ssp. colchicum from Julian Sutton.
The flower stalks hold the pale yellow flowers clearly above the foliage.
Epimedium (wushanense) 'Caramel' Og 92009
of Mikinori Ogisu. Maybe not a true wushanense, but a different
It's a great plant anyway.
The yellowish to caramel-colored flowers appear numerous and the super-slim foliage is very attractive not only in spring.
Height 60 cm, older plants can reach up to 80 cm.
Epimedium wushanense Og 93019
This one was collected by Mikinori Ogisu.
Impressive long narrow leaflets and very long flower stalks that
can grow up to 100 cm long.
Height of older specimens up to 80 cm.
Epimedium wushanense nova
When you look at this plant, you can clearly see the relationship
The inflorescence of this species looks like compressed, the large cream-colored flowers are standing much closer together than usually.
Very decorative foliage.
Height up to 70 cm.