from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A small berberidaceous genus of low herbs, of Europe and temperate Asia, with ternately divided leaves, and racemes of white, pink, or yellowish flowers.
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- noun Any of the
plantsin the genus Epimedium.
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- noun herbaceous perennials of Mediterranean to India and eastern Asia
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(And roses, and epimedium, etc. …) But really, the hydrangea thing can no longer be ignored, so I am proud to announce the creation of the St. Louis Hydrangea Society!
My friend Christina took me to a little garden behind her church yesterday, and I was surprised to find a gorgeous raspberry-and-cream colored epimedium blooming there.
It went in next to a pretty little pink-flowering (I think) epimedium – they should look lovely together.
I ordered Lilafee from a company to plant this year .. my first epimedium and I am excited about it ..
First things first ~ what a gorgeous epimedium Frances!
I have bought every type of epimedium she has at Mouse Creek, only three or four and by far E.
But I wanted to show you the forest of frost on a tiny epimedium leaf.
FORMULA NUMBER 5: Avena Sativa Oat Complex for Men: oat extract, saw palmetto, damiana, nettle, epimedium, ginseng, sarsaparilla, rose hips, cinnamon bark, ginkgo; strengthens sexual energy; use for low sex drive and sexual debility.
Herbs that specifically activate T cells are American ginseng, Chinese astragalus root, ganoderma or reishi mushroom, shitake mushroom, Chinese atractylodes alba, ligustrum lucidum, epimedium, and the American echinacea root.
(Cimicifuga), lady fern, epimedium, coral bells (Heuchera) and variegated Solomon's seal