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Epimedium grandiflorum


Epimedium grandiflorum (Epimedium grandiflorum)

A good plant for shade.



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This is really beautiful, well captured! Mine are Warleyense and they are just beginning to flower. I love them!

10 Apr, 2010

 

I've just posted a x warleyense.. It was VERY difficult to photograph!

Thanks for the kind comment, Karen. :-))

10 Apr, 2010

 

Ye,s they are so tiny and they blow about too much in the breeze! Well done!

10 Apr, 2010

 

:-)

10 Apr, 2010

 

Have you noticed how much feminine activity there is on this site when there's football on the TV!! lol!

10 Apr, 2010

 

Is there? I hadn't realised. We watched the News....

10 Apr, 2010

 

Oh yes, lots of football just now. European football, European football cup, Premier league football, FA cup, Scottish Cup, Scottish league football......then just when I think it's all over it will be the bloomin world cup!! Believe it or not my husband has just come in to the kitchen and accused MOI of being "addicted" to this site!! Ha talk about the pot calling the kettle!! lol!!

10 Apr, 2010

 

Luckily, OH is into motor racing, not football, so although I have to suffer J. Clarkson etc, I don't go football crazy!

10 Apr, 2010

 

Oh blimey! Thats far worse! That man should be culled!! lol ...have to go now, it's getting past my bedtime...gardening to do tomorrow! goodnight B!!

10 Apr, 2010

 

I can't stay in the room when he's on the box. :-(((

Night-night! x

10 Apr, 2010

 

Mr. Clarkson went right down in my estimation when we were waiting in a lounge at Gatwick Airport, we took our daughter and 3 of her friends on holiday, he positively leered at the girls ! (OH used to work there, hence us being in lounge, we couldn't afford top flight fares !) lol

10 Apr, 2010

 

Epimediums are so delicate.
And put me with the females who watched the football yesterday.With the husband ;-)

11 Apr, 2010

 

not an epimedium in sight today so at least I have seen one I'd like to get my hands on.

11 Apr, 2010

 

You should - they'd be good in your garden!

11 Apr, 2010

 

I have 2 one is a bright yellow and the other is a soft pink. but am after a few more.

11 Apr, 2010

 

Oooh! Pretty!!

11 Apr, 2010

 

Took a photo of ours today, but will have to get a better shot, which means lying on the path......

11 Apr, 2010

 

So what's new?? It's a GOY thing, I'm afraid. Your membership depends on this activity, Dd. LOL....

12 Apr, 2010

 

Will have to grow taller plants.......or have raised beds lol

12 Apr, 2010

 

Oh dear...poor Dd - a huge garden 'makeover' lies ahead! :-(((

12 Apr, 2010

 

I was jesting......!!!

12 Apr, 2010

 

Guess what! So was I!! LOL.

13 Apr, 2010



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