Wild selection, bought from Chen Yi in China years ago. The flower colour is difficult to describe, hints of pink, orange, yellow and brown. Evergreen. Clumper. 35 cm tall.
This species grows in the wild in the east of Alps. Small flowers with red sepals and yellow petals. Deciduous. Runner. 25 cm tall.
This form was collected by Martyn Rix in Sichuan (China). Very floriferous. Clumper. Evergreen. 30 cm tall.
This species was discovered in 1988 by Mikinori Ogisu in Sichuan (China) and described in 1990. Small white flowers above red young leaves. Evergreen. Clumper. 30 cm tall.
This cultivar was selected in the wild by Mikinori Ogisu. Differs from the species in flower colour, with pink sepals and purple petals. Evergreen. Clumper. 40 cm tall.
This form was discovered in in 1987 byr Mikinori Ogisu in Hubei (China) and named in 1996 by William Stearn. Most probably a natural hybrid. Yellow flowers above copper coloured young leaves. Evergreen. Clumper. 50 cm tall.
Possibly a form of sempervirens, but most of the time sold as a grandiflorum. Stronger and grows a lot quicker than most grandiflorums. Lilac-purple flowers. Semi-evergreen. Slow runner. 50 cm tall.
Selected by Teyl de Bordes from a batch of seedlings of Washfield Nursery. Young leaves are dark red-purple coloured with green veins. Pale pink flowers are produced in profusion. Deciduous. Clumper. 45 cm tall.
Old selection from Ernst Pagels. Pink flowers held above the young bronze coloured leaves. Good grower. Deciduous. Clumper. 20 cm tall.
One of the deepest purple coloured forms of Epimedium grandiflorum, even in bud it is remarkable. Early flowerer. Deciduous. Clumper. 45 cm tall.