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I photographed this plant at Cambridge University Botanical Garden. Lots of this plant around the garden, great ground cover and wonderful winter colour, planted near pathways and under trees. Do you know this plant?

With thanks and best wishes, Judi.. :-)

Identification request (17/01/2012)Identification request (17/01/2012)Identification request (17/01/2012)

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  • Posted: Tue. 17th January 2012 16:45

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Reply from Kathy C

Hi, Judi,
It's some sort of Epimedium. Unfortunately, wrong time of year for flowers which could help us pinpoint which one :)
Kathy C

  • Posted: Tue. 17th January 2012 17:43

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Reply from Judi Samuels Garden Design

Thanks Cathy, funny.. I was reading January GW magazine last night and guess what plant Carol Klein was featuring, yep you guessed it.. Thank you :-)

  • Posted: Wed. 18th January 2012 08:50

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Reply from Marietta

It sure looks like Cercis canadensis cultivar I'm not sure of.



























































































































































































































  • Posted: Thu. 16th February 2012 00:39

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Reply from Marietta

I'm sorry did you not get my second message. After I enlarged the photo the foliage looks exactly like Epimedium. Here is a photo of my Epimendiums in winter.

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  • Posted: Thu. 16th February 2012 22:11

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Reply from Marietta

I take it back when I enlarged the picture the foliage must be a Epimedium.

  • Posted: Thu. 16th February 2012 00:40