Leopard's bane is one of the few daisy family members to bloom in spring, and usually manages to coincide with the last of the daffodils. It's an easy-going plant, useful for getting a flower border off to an early start, or for growing towards the front of a shrub border. Since its foliage appears early, clumps may be grown in front of large hybrid daffodils to mask the foliage while it dies down . They also look good teamed with cowslips on a grassy bank to create a natural spring display. Try contrasting it with scarlet tulips.
Bright and cheerful yellow daisies in spring. Spreads gracefully into a good sized clump.
A good plant for a mixed border or woodland garden as it is happy in dappled shade.
Height and spread: 60cm x 60cm
Common name(s): Leopard's bane