Position – Sun
Soil – Poorly-drained
Flowering Period –Summer
Hardiness – Fully Hardy
Ligularia are herbaceous perennials with large loved leaves and yellow or orange daisylike flowers that appear in racemes or branching clusters. They are native to Asia with some varieties native to Europe. They are well-suited to beds and borders in a cottage gardening style. You should expect to see your Ligularia grow to an approximate height of up to 2.5m (8ft) and an approximate spread of up to 100cm (4oin), depending on the variety.
Ligularia are best planted in a poorly drained soil of clay or loam within a neutral, acidic or alkaline PH balance. They are best positioned in an area of full sun but with some shelter from the midday sun.
Protect from strong, drying winds. Water the plants regularly to keep the soil moist, particularly in warm weather. Cut off damaged or dead leaves to the base.
You can propagate Ligularia by division in the spring or after flowering.
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