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Re: epis

Chris, Kitty, anybody:
For those that grow them, are they best planted in spring or fall,
or does it matter ?
Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:
Chris mentioned Epimediums before.  I have several in bloom now.
I grow:
pinnatum  ssp colchicum
alpinum 'Rubrum'
x versicolor 'Versicolor'
diphyllum 'Roseum'
x youngianum 'John Gallagher'


How well do you like your Epimediums?

I was on an Epimedium kick a while back and got all kinds, but I probably
lost half of them. It really bummed me out and I cut back afterwards. Still, they're nice to see in the spring. :)

Here's what I'm growing now:

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Crimson Beauty'
Epimedium grandiflorum var. higoense
Epimedium x warleyense 'Orangekonigin'
Epimedium pinnatum ssp. colchicum
Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum'
Epimedium x rubrum

Sounds like we have some crossover!
Jim Fisher
Vienna, Virginia USA
38.9 N 77.2 W
USDA Zone 7
Max. 95 F [36 C], Min. 10 F [-12 C]

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