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Epimedium update.

Hi, don't grow these down here, but have seen this subject matter quite a 
bit.  Posted a while back about a study at the Chicago Botanical gardens...here 
is a follow up:

 Chicago Botanic Garden rates epimedium varieties. Chicago Botanic Garden 
completed a 5-year trial of 40 Epimedium varieties, each grown in shade. 

E. 'Crimson,' E. grandiflorum 'Sonoyzki' and E. x versicolor 'Neosulphureum' 
ranked highest for winter hardiness, health, habit and flower coverage. 

Other strong performers were E. 'Black Sea,' E. alpinum, E. grandiflorum 
'Orion,' E. grandiflorum 'Saturn,' E. x rubrum and E. setosum. 


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