LILY-LIKE, FLAT GREEN LEAVES WITH YELLOW SPOTS
TAKES SUN – LIKES WATER
This is a more rare type of Ligularia – with the yellow spots on the leaves. Otherwise it behaves like the more often seen green type. It forms small clusters of shiny green leaf plants with prominent yellow spots on the leaves. Leaves don’t get over 18 inches long with the green leaf being eight to ten inches wide maximum. A single plant can hold twenty or thirty leaves. Flowers come in the fall are yellow, daisy-like and medium sized. This species enjoys water and will droop over with too little water. Then, when given water, they bounce right back. It’s a good “indicator plant” for how well you are watering the garden. They’ll take sun in many areas or part day sun. In full sun, give them plenty of water. If you are far inland, plant them in filtered light. These plants do sucker and are easy to propagate from divisions. This is a great “filler plant” to put in areas where you want something but don’t know what to use. We only have them available from time to time.
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