LEOPARDS BANE by RoseMarie747

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Leopard’s-bane or Doronicum, are among some of the oldest cultivated ‘ornamental’ flowers. Of the 35 species of Doronicum, surprisingly few are commonly cultivated; yet those that are cultivated have been grown for hundreds of years. The genus is native to Eurasia, growing from open woodlands, meadows to alpine regions. Depending on the species, their heights may vary from 20 cm to over 1 m. They are among the earliest-blooming ‘daisies’ in our gardens, appreciated for their numerous yellow flowers which contrast and compliment the many spring bulbs that bloom concurrently with them. Leopard’s-bane are also excellent cut-flowers. Please note that all are toxic.

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  • RoseMarie747
    RoseMarie747over 2 years ago

  • waxyfrog
    waxyfrogover 2 years ago

    Lovely image. Great impact

  • Valerie Anne Kelly
    Valerie Anne K...over 2 years ago

    Exquisite shot RoseMarie & a 5 * fave ;~} Valz ♥

  • Sally Green
    Sally Greenover 2 years ago

    Huge congratulations! This image is so superb it has been featured in the Plain Backgrounds group – 3rd August 2012. Forum topic here
    Sally X

  • Sally, Oh how I really appreciate this feature…Thank you…

    – RoseMarie747

  • aprilann
    aprilannover 2 years ago

    Beautiful! It sure would look great in Enchanted Flowers gallery. Let me know if you are not already a member of Enchanted Flowers and need an invite and I’ll send one to you.

  • EdsMum
    EdsMum4 months ago

    Congratulations – 9th Aug., 2014 – Shirley & Jean

    Comments welcome HERE

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