You are showing us some superb Epimedium
After seeing some straggly, weedy looking examples at various sales and shows we'd all but given up on this Genus, although the flowers have always attracted us.
After seeing all the lovely posts on this thread by a number of forumists, we think its about time we give them a go,
. Hope we can achieve similar results.
Are there any 'trade secrets' to achieving such good results??
I remember the first time, I was in a nursery in order to buy some Epimediums. How I was disappointed by the sight of those poor 'weedy looking' plants. Nevertheless some specimens went over into my garden. From the moment they 'tasted' the new and fertile soil, they started to grow with new leaflets.
And now I am dedicated to this genus.
Another beautiful species is Epimedium wushanense. In this case it is cultivar with no name. Darell Probst gave it a temperarely working-name 'nova'. And as far I know, he's got no properly name. And I am not sad about that.
Epimedium wushanense nova.