Epimedium ecalcaratum (spurred form)
flowering form of E. ecalcaratum with small, bell-shaped,
This form deviates from the typical form, by possessing spurs.
Origin China, Sichuan Province.
Epimedium 'Eco Select' (?)
Evergreen low growing spreading
Epimedium with large flowers of very subtle color.
Bought on a plant market. Unfortunately completely different from what it should be...
Beautiful evergreen cultivar with very
large flowers and red foliage in spring.
Autumn color burgundy to reddish brown.
Unfortunately it grows relatively slowly.
Hybrid between E. franchetii and E. latisepalum.
a height of about 15cm this is one of the smallest Epimediums.
The undivided leaves are striking (each leaf consists of only one leaflet and not, as so often, of 3 or more leaflets).
Hybrid from Thierry Delabroye.
50 cm tall.
impressive cultivar from Thierry Delabroye.
The plant which I bought in a 1 liter pot was already more than knee-high.
Height 60-80 (?) cm.
Very big flowers.
Another hybrid from Thierry Delabroye.
60 cm tall.
Spreads with long, thin rhizomes.
Low growing groundcover.
Cross between E. dolichostemon and E. leptorrhizum.
Discovered by Elizabeth Strangman in the '90s.
discovery (1994) from China,
The white (inner) sepals are unusually wide.
Named in honor of the American Epimedium expert Harold Epstein.