We are thrilled to finally introduce our latest fairy wing from our breeding work here at PDN/JLBG. Epimedium ‘Peachie‘ is a 2010 Plant Delights seedling that has been absolutely stellar in our trials, both for the unique peach flower color … Continue reading
Sometimes when walking through our production greenhouses, it’s hard to contain our excitement about all the cool plants. For those unable to visit, here’s a shot from our epimedium greenhouses today…so many great new selections for the woodland garden!
What an incredible week for epimediums here at Juniper Level. The first photo is our introduction, Epimedium ‘Songbirds’…an insanely heavily flowered yellow selection. Epimedium wushanense ‘Starlite’ is our selection of the amazing Chinese species, which boasts large terminal inflorescences on … Continue reading
Here’s another new image of Epimedium wushanense ‘Sandy Claws‘, flowering now…hard not to get excited about these gems.
We’re very pleased to have an incredible selection of fabulous epimediums for sale. Here’s Epimedium ‘Pink Champagne‘…a Darrell Probst introdution, in the cold frames today. You’ll just love our epimedium offerings!
Also in the same family as the mayapple, we’d like to introduce you to Epimedium wushanense ‘Starlite’. All Epimedium wushanense are great, but this clone stood out in our trials, so after many years of division, we finally have enough … Continue reading
I don’t know if you’ve ever tried to photograph epimediums, but it’s not an easy task…especially the white-flowered cultivars. I was finally able get a decent shot of our Epimedium ‘Splish Splash’ this week and wanted to share it. With … Continue reading
Here’s an oldie but goodie fairy wing that I wouldn’t garden without, Epimedium x perralchicum ‘Frohnletien’…love the foliage and the flowers.
Here’s Epimedium ‘Atlas’ in the gardens today…the range of great fairy wings available now is truly amazing. What a great way to add interest to the spring woodland garden.
At the end of the epimedium alphabet, but no less wonderful is the little-known, but stunning Chinese Epimedium zhushanense….what a superb garden presence!