Epimedium grandiflorum ‘Nanum’
Rare! Dainty and sweet, this charming miniature Epimedium has a clumping habit, grows a mere 4-8” tall and long spurred, bright white flowers float March to April over dramatic, red-purple edged, deciduous foliage. My granddaughter says they look like ‘tiny white birds flying’. Thrives in shade, acid soil, dry shade tolerant once established. Takes a few years to form a nice clump…but will never get ‘too big’ or grow out of bounds! No maintenance!