Epimedium rubrum

Epimedium rubrum

Strange yet charming pink blooms for Spring


4-inch Pot
Item # 27063

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Every garden should have something that makes it stand out, and Bishop's Hat is a great way to make a statement. Named for its peculiar pink flowers, this shade-loving perennial is sure to draw attention. The showy blooms open in April and liven up the darker areas of the landscape with their fanciful form. The multicolored foliage boasts colors of red, green, and yellow. This plant stays petite, barely reaching a foot in height, but it spreads beautifully and makes an excellent groundcover for the dry shady areas of your garden. This plant is as tough as it is interesting as it resists deer, rabbits and drought once established. Generally unbothered by common bugs and diseases, though one should keep a watch for aphids. Plant in mass in a woodlands gardens and beneath trees for a unique and timeless effect.