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Leopard's Bane 'Little Leo'
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(What's my zone?)Perennial
Cultivar Notes - 'Little Leo'
Vibrant flowers are a great complement to spring bulbs. Lovely in the garden or as a cut flower. May go dormant in summer heat.
Genus Notes - Doronicum
Doronicum is an uncommon but wonderful spring blooming perennial with attractively toothed foliage and daisy-like flowers. It performs best in a partially shaded, consistently moist location.
One of the earliest flowering perennials, this plant combines well with other early bloomers such as Forget-Me-Nots and Creeping Phlox.
Forms slow spreading clumps with underground rhizomes, but not invasive. Aster-like flowers bloom very early spring. Tolerant of a wide range of soils but prefers cooler temperatures.