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    Bright yellow daisy flowers appear throughout summer above bushy mounds of narrow, willow-like green leaves. This popular plant, attractive to butterflies, makes an attractive display in the herbaceous border, where it prefers a well drained, sunny site with soil that does not dry out. ... Learn More



    This vigorous plant is a tall, robust plant, with toothed leaves, white-hairy beneath, and unusual, yellow daisy-like flowers, with noticeably narrow rays and a darker centre. The plant's specific name, helenium, derives from Helen of Troy, this plant is said to have sprung up where her tears fell. It was also sacred to the ancient Celts, and once had the name "elfwort" ... Learn More



    One of the most beautiful plants in our Himalayan garden at Plant World, this absolute beauty deserves to be much better known. The soft, downy stems bear masses of three inch diameter bright-yellow daisy-like flowers from late summer to autumn, which go on to develop equally attractive, cream-coloured, fluffy seed heads. The flowers are much loved by butterflies and bees, and the seeds by birds. A clump-forming, bone-hardy, slowly spreading perennial, It performs best in a sunny position and is tolerant of almost any garden soils. ... Learn More



    Deep bright yellow flowers heads, 6 inches across, open atop strong black-purple stems bearing large, dark green leaves. The translation of "magnifica" is quite appropriate in describing this splendid species from the Caucasus which is ideal for the back of the border. Plant it as a specimen behind a pond where both foliage and flowers can be seen, or grow it behind much shorter, moisture-loving plants in the centre of a damp border. ... Learn More


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