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Epimedium x versicolor 'Strawberry Blush' (Strawberry Blush Fairy Wings) - copper-maroon new foliage develops a central green pattern before eventually turning all green. From late March through late April, Epimedium x versicolor 'Strawberry Blush' is topped with short spikes of simply stunning flowers...large pale pink sepals, bright red spurs, and a contrasting yellow cup.
Epimedium grandiflorum var. higoense 'Bandit' (Bandit Fairy Wings) Zone 4-8 Height 6" Culture Part Sun to Light Shade This truly distinctive epimedium emerges with small leaves that are surrounded by a 1/2" wide "hand painted" border of dark burgundy-purple. Atop the amazing foliage are large clusters of contrasting, creamy-white flowers. Epimedium 'Bandit' was originally purchased unnamed in Japan by We-Du Nursery and named in 2000 by epimedium guru Darrell Probst.