Friday, April 24, 2009
New And Cool
One of the epimediums planted last year is pictured above (Epimedium sempervirens 'Mars'), with a combination of cherry pink cup and light pink tepals; its flowers looks like brightly colored candy, set off by maroon-edged leaves. It is one of the shorter epimediums (10-12"), early blooming, and covered with flowers.
Everybody... thanks for your comments! I find epimediums hard to photograph, with all the small flowers at all different distances from the camera lens.I must get the camera out, though, and try to snap some of the others.Post a Comment