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Epimedium warleyensis

In all these Epimediums the leaves are held on slender, stiff stems, at about the same level as the flowers, which in a few species can be hidden from view. A shearing in late February or early March clears the way for enjoyment of the fresh unfurling leaves and the beautiful small flowers. They look delicate, but they are tough. Vancouveria is a closely related genus.

Epimedium warleyensis has small, soft orange and yellow flowers. Its young foliage has red tints.

PLANT SPECIFICS
Pot Size 1 litre pot
Width 70cm
Height 50cm
Family Berberidaceae
Flowering Mid to late spring
Garden habitat partial shade
Soil any good, garden soil
Plant category Herbaceous
Height range

Code

EWY-1
1 litre pot 7.00
Plants Available: 30
Quantity Required:
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