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We offer here some of the splits from our own spring pottings; they can be planted in pots or are robust enough to go direct into garden conditions but bear in mind they will not produce multiple stems until the second spring.

Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum' produces delicate sulphur-yellow flowers looking rather like little hats, hence the common name Bishops hat, the delicate blooms nod gently in the slightest breeze.The new foliage has attractively chestnut veined markings.

Grown in well-drained soil in full or part shade. Growing to a height of around 35cm and spread of 30-45cm

Cut plants down in late winter so the dainty flowers can be clearly seen as they emerge in spring of the available plant at maturity and do not indicate anything in regards to size of plant at the point of sale

Organically produced young plant grown in a 9cm pot for planting immediately or to grow on (pot removed when possible, to reduce plastic waste)

Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum', single growth point divisions

SKU: BP202400338
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