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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Gravetye Giant Summer Snowflake, Summer Snowflake)

The delicate flowers of summer snowflake will add elegance to early season borders. Native to Europe and western Asia, this hardy bulbous perennial plant is notable for its ease of growth and old fashioned charm. The cultivar 'Gravetye Giant' is a large-flowered, tall-stemmed selection.

This vigorous cultivar has long deep green strap-like leaves in a thick clump. In mid- or late-spring (or earlier in mild climates), thigh-high, leafless stems bear up to eight white nodding flowers at their tips....

Image of Lewisia cotyledon photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Cliff Maids, Siskiyou Lewisia)

A fragile-looking but tough-natured denizen of mountains and canyons in the Northwest United States, this variable perennial is grown for its handsome evergreen leaves and its showy sprays of dainty, colorful flowers.

This hardy perennial has flat rosettes of fleshy, oval to club-shaped, medium-green leaves that arise from a plump, starchy taproot. The leaves may have smooth or toothed margins. In late spring, the rosettes give rise to airy clusters of delicate, rounded flowers on slender branching...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Cliff Maids, Siskiyou Lewisia)

A fragile-looking but tough-natured denizen of mountains and canyons in the Northwest United States, this variable perennial is grown for its handsome evergreen leaves and its showy sprays of dainty, colorful flowers.

This hardy perennial has flat rosettes of fleshy, oval to club-shaped, medium-green leaves that arise from a plump, starchy taproot. The leaves may have smooth or toothed margins. In late spring, the rosettes give rise to airy clusters of delicate, rounded flowers on slender branching...

Image of Lewisia cotyledon (Special Mix) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Cliff Maids, Siskiyou Lewisia)

A fragile-looking but tough-natured denizen of mountains and canyons in the Northwest United States, this variable perennial is grown for its handsome evergreen leaves and its showy sprays of dainty, colorful flowers.

This hardy perennial has flat rosettes of fleshy, oval to club-shaped, medium-green leaves that arise from a plump, starchy taproot. The leaves may have smooth or toothed margins. In late spring, the rosettes give rise to airy clusters of delicate, rounded flowers on slender branching...

Image of Lewisia cotyledon (Sunset Group) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Cliff Maids, Siskiyou Lewisia)

These seed-grown plants of Lewisia cotyledon bloom in sunset tones of yellow, peach, red, salmon, and pink. A fragile-looking but tough-natured evergreen perennial from the Northwest United States, L. cotyledon is grown for its handsome evergreen leaves and its showy sprays of dainty, colorful flowers.

Plants form flat rosettes of fleshy, oval to club-shaped, medium-green leaves that arise from a plump, starchy taproot. The leaves may have smooth or toothed margins....

Image of Ligularia dentata photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Big-Leaved Ligularia, Summer Ragwort)

Summer ragwort sports huge leaves, masses of yellow-orange flowers and a love for moist, shady conditions. This herbaceous perennial is native to China and Japan and forms impressive clumps in the garden. The heart-shaped to roundish, dark green leaves are produced on long petioles and are as attractive as the flowers. In summer, long stems of blooms rise well above the leaves. These hold masses of shaggy, golden daisies in flat-topped, loose clusters.

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Mark A. Miller

(Big-Leaved Ligularia)

Ligularia ‘Britt-Marie Crawford’ sports huge chocolate tinted leaves with burgundy undersides, masses of dark yellow-orange flowers and a love for moist, shady conditions. The herbaceous perennial is native to China and Japan and forms impressive clumps in the garden. The heart-shaped to roundish, dark leaves are produced on black to dark purple long petioles and are as attractive as the flowers. Long stalks rising well above the leaves hold masses of shaggy, daisy-like flowers in flat-topped...

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James H. Schutte

(Big-Leaved Ligularia)

Summer ragwort 'Dark Beauty' plants sport large dark leaves with toothed margins, masses of yellow-orange flowers and a love for moist, shady conditions. The plants are compact and very cold hardy.

This herbaceous perennial is native to China and Japan and forms impressive clumps in the garden. The kidney-shaped leaves are produced on long purple petioles and are as attractive as the flowers. They are dark grebe with a purple-black tint. In summer, long stems of blooms rise well above the leaves....

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James H. Schutte

(Big-Leaved Ligularia)

Ligularia ‘Desdemona’ sports huge leaves which emerge with purple-red and mature to a rich bronze-green with purple undersides, masses of yellow-orange flowers and a love for moist, shady conditions. The herbaceous perennial is native to China and Japan and forms impressive clumps in the garden. The heart-shaped to roundish, dark leaves are produced on distinctive reddish-purple long petioles and are as attractive as the flowers. Long stalks rising well above the leaves hold masses of shaggy,...

(Big-Leaved Ligularia, Osiris Café Noir Ligularia)

Summer ragwort 'Osiris Café Noir' plants sport large colorful dark leaves with fringed margins, masses of yellow-orange flowers and a love for moist, shady conditions. The plants are compact and very cold hardy.

This herbaceous perennial is native to China and Japan and forms impressive clumps in the garden. The rounded leaves are produced on long petioles and are as attractive as the flowers. They emerge dark purple to black, transition through shades of bronze finally maturing to rich olive...