A Doronicum cultivars with larger flowers having finer cut petals.
In the early spring the plants can tolerate full sun but as the temperature rises in the late spring early summer, they will wilt in the heat of the day. Best planted in semi shade conditions.
average to moist
Soil & Site
has shallow roots and prefers to grow in soils that have been amended with organic matter
not heat tolerant
larger solitary yellow flowers on a long peduncle, finer petals than other cultivars, good cut flower
most of the foliage is found in the basal leaves, clasp stem, coarsely dentate, foliage disappears, could be called a spring ephemeral
Species native to southeastern Europe.
seeds or division
Even under the best conditions these are short lived perennials, lasting for up to 3 years for me. The first time I used Doronicum in a customers garden and after they were blooming he asked me "Why did I plant Dandelions in the garden"