Epimedium

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Clumps of epimediums should be teased apart into separate plants using your hands or a hand fork, replanting on mild autumn days.
Epimediums are the most shade-compatible members of the barberry family.
Epimediums - related to Berberis, but without any spikes or thorns - have masses of flowers rather like tiny fuchsias.
The extracts of Epimediums (EHE) were prepared and characterized by HPLC analysis as our previously reported (Yang et al.
There are epimediums from Europe, America and Asia, including inter-continental hybrids Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens', often mistakenly referred to as a grass, is a member of the asparagus family.
They look fabulous interplanted with spring-flowering bulbs or hardy cyclamen, or teamed with epimediums, pulmonarias and hardy geraniums which will take over later in the season.
KLEIN PLANTS Epimediums are among Carol's favourite.
Alongside the "mice" a colony of epimediums were coming into flower and boy, did they look a mess
There's nothing shady about epimediums as their bright colours add some spark in the garden.
They can grow under trees, shrubs or beside walls if the ground is not too dry and look lovely interplanted with spring-flowering bulbs or hardy cyclamen, or teamed with epimediums, hardy geraniums or pulmonarias in a border.