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 (£5.40)?
Delivered in 7 - 10 days
£5.40  each OR £15.30 for three

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Flower attributes

Colour: Orange

Flowers: March and April


Soil: Well-drained to dry

Planting position: Part shade/Full Shade

Height x spread: 50cm x 75cm



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.