The Scottish Rock Garden Club....... For People Who Love Plants
A gorgeous thing Mark, especially with those blotched leaves which add to the overall effect. By the way what is that rather hairy, spiky thing in the last picture, looking slightly like deer antlers in velvet?
Care to comment on the merits of these here:Epimedium x perralchicum (dp yellow) (M. Charlton)
Care to comment on the merits of these here:Epimedium pubigerum (Thimble)
Epimedium pubigerumAnother good doer in this summer-dry garden. Flowers are distinct from all other epimedia I've seen. I like it, but saying that may be the kiss of horticultural death, reputation-wise if not in fact.
Mark...Nice cross of E. brevicornu x membranaceum, yes you can see the yellow cup is now more prominate.Worth regersting the cross and naming?
Dont doubt your work and when you create your bed of hybrids do lable the suspect cross. You never know if and when a hybrid is passed around it comes with history, provenance details even if it isnt registeredMark is there somewhere on the net where you can see some regesterd crosses or attempts with epimediums that have occured or the work of Darrell Probst ?cheers