Farfugium japonicum

Farfugium japonicum

Farfugium japonicum

(syn. Ligularia tussilaginea) – Leopard plant

This is an evergreen perennial growing in a loose clump about 60 cm tall and wide, with large, slightly fleshy, glossy rich green, rounded leaves.

Branched clusters of daisy-like bright yellow flowers 4cm across are borne in late autumn and early winter.

Leaves are evergreen in warm winter climates, and it will resist to cold climate (-6°/-10°C).

It performs best in shade with leaves burning easily in the sun.

Soils should be rich, and moist, and though this species tolerates dry soils.

It will do best to receive deep waterings in summer months.

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