E. × warleyense


Epimedium x warleyense

E. warleyense     (Cc. 890007)

Bright orange flowers make this evergreen sterile hybrid between E. alpinum and E. pinnatum ssp. colchicum unusual. From Miss Willmott’s garden, Warley Place, England. Sprays of small flowers float above rounded, medium-sized, bright green, rounded leaflets. Spreads 5-6" a year with an open growth habit. Foliage to 8”, flowers to 12".   $15


Epimedium x warleyense 'Orangekonigin'

Epimedium warleyense   ‘Orangekönigin’  (Cc. 960140)

A shade or two paler orange than E. x warleyense in bloom, and a top-notch evergreen groundcover, this cultivar was introduced by Ernst Pagels of Germany. The inner-sepals are a soft shade of tangerine traversed by darker orange veins. Shorter rhizomes spread to form denser clumps than the straight species, more effectively crowding out weeds.   $12