Doronicum cordatum

(Leopard’s bane)

Growth: Upright, clump-forming with erect stems. Grow in the herbaceous border, cottage garden or woodland garden. 

Characteristics: Blooms from mid to late spring. Deadhead immediately after flowering for later sporadic blooms. Performs best in full sun or dappled shade and moist, well-drained soil. Toxic to humans and animals if ingested. Long-lasting cut flower.

Colours: Heart-shaped, mid-green basal foliage. Bright yellow daisy-like flower heads rise on sturdy stems above the foliage. 

Size:   Height 24” (60cm) 

           Width 12” (30cm)

Zone: 3  


On site:  1 gal  $12.00