EPIMEDIUM SPINE TINGLER
Spine Tingler is named for its dramatic dark green leaves that have spiny margins. These leaves take on a slight blush tint. Soft yellow flowers bloom on compact plants in mid to late spring. Unlike other Epimedium that send flowers first, followed by foliage, Spine Tingler sends flowers and foliage up at the same time.
Part Shade, Part Sun
Moist, Prefers Well-drained Soil
Naturalizing, Rock Garden, Border, Drought Tolerant
Deer resistant, Rabbit resistant
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