(Przewalski’s Leopard plant)
Growth: Vigorous, clump-forming specimen for part sun to dappled shade. Makes a stunning addition to the back of the shade border, in a woodland setting or bog garden, or beside a water feature. Prefers moist to wet soils, rich in humous. Protect from direct sunlight in the hot part of the day. Blooms mid to late summer.
Characteristics: A species ligularia from Mongolia named by Nikolai Przewalski, a Russian army officer who also named the Przewalski horse.
Colours: Tall, golden-yellow flower spikes on black stems. Leaves are large, mid-green and deeply lobed.
Size: height 3-4’ (90-120cm), width 2-4’ (60-120cm)
On site: 1 gal $12.00
2 gal $18.00