Epimedium x warleyense

(Bishop's mitre)
Epimedium x warleyense
  • Epimedium-orangekonigin4
The small, simply shaped orange flowers with yellow centres are carried in airy sprays above a dense clump of evergreen, leathery, rich green leaves. Slightly taller than Epimedium x warleyense 'Orangekonigen' and the flowers are richer orange. Originally from the famous garden of Miss Willmott In Essex and is thought to be a cross of two other Epimediums.
9cm (£5.20)?
Delivered in 7-10 days
£5.20  each OR £14.70 for three
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Flower attributes

Colour: Orange

Flowers: March and April

Position

Soil: Well-drained to dry

Planting position: Part shade/Full Shade

Height x spread: 50cm x 75cm

Features

Evergreen

Care advice

Like many Epimediums, slow to establish but when happy this requires no attention except perhaps to remove any old brown, papery leaves as new ones appear.