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Epimedium sp. nov. 'Spine Tingler'

BARRENWORT, BISHOP'S HAT, FAIRY WINGS

Deer Resistant Rabbit Resistant
  1. Pot Size: 4"
  2. Height: 12-24"
  3. USDA Hardiness Zone: 9: 30ºF through 20ºF
  4. Season: April, May
  5. Exposure: Light Shade, Half Shade, Full Shade
$20.00
Long, narrow and spiny leaves
Availability: In stock

A yet unnamed species found by Darrell Probst in the early 2000, with long, narrow and spiny leaves. These are dark in summer but emerge bronze-tinged in spring. Panicles of soft yellow, spidery flowers are held above the foliage. The clump of foliage can reach 12-15" (at least in Oregon; most other sources list 8-10") and the flower stems can add another 6-10".

A yet unnamed species found by Darrell Probst in the early 2000, with long, narrow and spiny leaves. These are dark in summer but emerge bronze-tinged in spring. Panicles of soft yellow, spidery flowers are held above the foliage. The clump of foliage can reach 12-15" (at least in Oregon; most other sources list 8-10") and the flower stems can add another 6-10".

Products specifications
Botanical NameEpimedium sp. nov. 'Spine Tingler'
Common NameBARRENWORT, BISHOP'S HAT, FAIRY WINGS
GenusEpimedium
ExposureLight Shade
ExposureHalf Shade
ExposureFull Shade
Plant Size12-24"
Bloom SeasonApril
Bloom SeasonMay
Flower Color (Group)Yellow-Chartreuse
Pot Size4"
USDA Hardiness Zone6: 0ºF through -10ºF
USDA Hardiness Zone7: 10ºF through 0ºF
USDA Hardiness Zone8: 20ºF through 10ºF
USDA Hardiness Zone9: 30ºF through 20ºF
Cut FlowersNo
FragrantNo
Attracts Humming BirdsNo
Deer ResistantYes
Rabbit ResistantYes
Low WaterNo
Bog PlantNo
Edelweiss AwardNo
Bare RootNo
Fairy GardeningNo
US NativeNo