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Noun1.Epimedium - herbaceous perennials of Mediterranean to India and eastern AsiaEpimedium - herbaceous perennials of Mediterranean to India and eastern Asia
magnoliid dicot genus - genus of dicotyledonous flowering plants regarded as among the most primitive of extant angiosperms
barrenwort, bishop's hat, Epimedium grandiflorum - slow-growing creeping plant with semi-evergreen leaves on erect wiry stems; used as ground cover
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Use good-looking groundcover plants such as hardy geranium, pulmonaria, epimedium, brunnera and pachysandra.
Use good-looking ground-cover plants, such as hardy geranium, pulmonaria, epimedium, brunnera and pachysandra, which smother bare soil so weeds haven't a chance.
Ajugas with white, pink, blue, or purple flowers and leaves of various colors, Lady's Mantle (Alchemila), Lily-of-the-Valley, some of the Astible, Epimedium, ferns, Lamium, Ground Phlox, Veronica, Carex, Liriope, Waldsteinia (Barren Strawberry), Thyme in great variety, as well as the Sedums and Hens and Chickens that can be used in hot, dry, sunny locations.
The fourth edition has many additions, including epimedium, black currant, peppermint, peony, noni, and tea tree.
Testing focused on products made with yohimbe and/or epimedium (horny goat weed), two popular ingredients found in natural remedies for sexual dysfunction.
Don't just leave fallen leaves because they may hide tiny treasures like erythroniums, epimedium grandiflorum and versicolor.
The herbal remedy, known in Latin as epimedium, contains icariin which has a similar effect to Viagra, reports the Daily Express.
Solomon's seal, Epimedium, and hostas grow in the shady areas, while a blend of grasses, Ceanothus, and a strawberry tree goes in drier, more exposed places.
If, however, it's a damp, dark corner, perhaps think of a shade-tolerant ground cover instead, for example Rubus tricolor or Epimedium.