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Epimediums/Chicago Botanic Garden

Got this recently, thought it might be of interest since these topics have 
been brought up in this forum:
Chicago Botanic Garden releases Epimedium study. Chicago Botanic Garden 
revealed the results of a 7-year garden trial. The garden tested for winter 
hardiness, ornamental merit, pest and disease resistance and cultural 
adaptability. Top performers: Epimedium 'Crimson,' E. grandiflorum 
'Sonoyzki' and E. x versicolor 'Neosulphureum.' You can purchase a booklet 
of the study results for $3. 

zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

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