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Epimedium versicolor 'Sulphureum'

Sulphureum Bishop's Hat

Regular price$10.46

  • We currently have 0 in stock.
  • Inventory on the way
  • Guaranteed locally grown
  • Delivery ONLY to Metro Atlanta & Athens within 5-7 business days
  • Pickup in 3-5 business days from our Switchyard in Chamblee
           (Mon & Fri 3pm-6pm - 3708 N Peachtree Rd, Atlanta, GA)
**Dormancy Note - This plant is currently dormant for the winter! It is available for purchase! Your delivered plant may be dormant, or showing very little top growth. However, you can still plant! These plants are putting all their energy into root production, so they will be ready to thrive in the spring! If you have any issues with your plant the following peak season, you can fill out our return request form to request a replacement plant.

Sulphureum Bishop's Hat is a shade loving semi-evergreen herbaceous perennial with toothed green heart-shaped foliage that emerges with red tints and turns completely red in fall.  Nodding pale yellow flowers with short dark yellow spurs bloom in spring.  Thrives in shade and dry to medium, well-drained acidic soils.  Drought tolerant once established.




0.5' - 1'


1' - 1.5’



USDA Hardiness Zone: 

5 - 9


Part SunFull Shade

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Season of Interest: 


MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low Maintenance.  Mosaic virus the main disease, but otherwise little problems.  Cut back any surviving winter foliage in late winter before new growth emerges.  Watch for aphids.

LANDSCAPE USES:  Accents or Group Plantings, BordersWoodland GardenRock GardensGroundcover, and Containers.

COMPANION PLANTS: Japanese SpurgeBaby’s BreathEchinacea

IMAGES: MOs810Wojslawice arboretum (Epimedium versicolor Sulphureum)CC BY-SA 4.0, (2) peganum from Small Dole, England, Epimedium x versicolor sulphureum - Flickr - peganum (1)CC BY-SA 2.0, (3) Photo by David J. Stang, Epimedium x versicolor Sulphureum 1zzCC BY-SA 4.0, (4) Photo by David J. Stang, Epimedium x versicolor Sulphureum 2zzCC BY-SA 4.0, (5) Photoset by Maja Dumat, (1) Elfenblume (Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum, (2) Elfenblume (Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum')

*As plants have ranges in appearance they may not appear as the images shown.

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