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Epimedium 'Frohnleiten' for my records. Nice young foliage.


Epimedium 'Frohnleiten' for my records.  Nice young foliage. (Epimedium x perralchicum (Barrenwort))

Planted in the golden border as it will have lovely bright yellow flowers.



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I have just sheared all the leaves off ours.....

10 Mar, 2016

 

Yes, I like these....they have interesting leaves!

10 Mar, 2016

 

Yes Angela, I just did my white flowered one in the back garden. I shall leav this one for this year and start cutting it back next spring. I don't know if there will be flowers this spring anyway, it might not flower in its first season. Thanks Paul, they do!

10 Mar, 2016

 

They are early! I was looking at my yellow flowered one today wondering if it was time to cut the old leaves off but there was no sign of the new ones yet.

10 Mar, 2016

 

A little bit of sunshine.

10 Mar, 2016

 

I cut my leaves off during the 1st couple of weeks in Feb, otherwise can't see the flowers, have 3 different Epimediums.

11 Mar, 2016

 

Last year the flowers stood up above the leaves. They would probably look better without the leaves - but they are so fresh and healthy looking it seems a shame to cut them off. Perhaps its time to look if any flowers are shooting up now the weather is improving.

13 Mar, 2016

 

I only cut off the previous year's leaves, which enables lovely fresh leaves, like Karen's to show their beauty.

14 Mar, 2016

 

Those are the ones I meant - still looking good.No sign of new leaves of flowerbuds on the yellow one, but just noticed flower buds on the white one so will give the leaves on that one a chop.

14 Mar, 2016



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