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EvergreenLeaves are usually divided into 5-11 spine-toothed leaflets and are copper-red and brown when young, turning green.
Bulb/Corm or rhizomatous perennialClump-forming rhizomatous perennial. Small flowers 0.6-2cm (¼-¾in) across with red-tinted spurs
Ground coverThese plants are typically low growing and spread quickly to inhibit weed growth on areas of bare soil
HerbaceousEarly in the year, typically January till end of March, herbaceous plants might be supplied in 9cm pots to ensure timely despatch.
Very hardyHardy in the severest continental climates including exposed upland locations in the UK. Plant can withstand temperatures < -20 (-4°F)
Partial shadeShelter from cold drying winds.
EPIMEDIUM versicolor 'Sulphureum'
- Mature Size
- Tips and Advice
- Goes Well With
- Planting Combinations
- Other Suggestions
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Additional FeaturesGood to knowClip back old leaves in late winter or early spring before flower spikes formPests & DiseasesVine weevil, mosaic virus.Place of originGarden origin.
Soil ConditionsFertile well drained soilEuropean variety. Will tolerate dry shade.
- Dividing Herbaceous Perennials - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Spring Planting Osteospermums - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dividing Summer Perennials - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dividing summer flowering Hemerocallis - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Summer propagation - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Self-seeding aquilegia - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Supporting Plants - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dead heading meconopsis - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Dead heading Delphiniums - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Feeding herbaceous peonies - Video Tip ondemand_video
- Overpotting Problems - Video Tip ondemand_video