An interesting and rarely seen plant. Unusual pale-pink drumstick flower spikes appear in very early spring. Large, jagged umbrella shaped leaves provide interest for the summer. Leaves yellow-ish green, being more yellow with more sunlight.
Grow in full sun or dappled shade in most soil types, including wet. Spreads to form a good-sized clump.
Native to cool temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Northern Europe, Northern Asia and North America.
Height and Spread: 60cm x 1m
Common name(s): Arctic Sweet Coltsfoot; Arctic butterbur