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A member of the daisy family, the Leopard Plant blooms from fall to winter. In cooler regions this perennial will grow back its large, glossy, and dark green foliage in the spring. It produces a tall stalk that grows in the middle of its clump and blooms small clusters of yellow flowers. Of this type of plant other variations have been grown with yellow spotted leaves, hence its name Leopard Plant.
To flourish the Farfugium Leopard Plant prefers bright full shaded areas with evenly moist, well-drained soil. It will grow into a mounded plant and looks exquisite among other woodland plants or as a ground cover.
Farfugium Leopard Plant Key Points
Blooms from fall through winter
Large, glossy, dark green leaves
Tall stalk with clusters of yellow flowers
Can grow with yellow spotted leaves
Prefers bright full shade
Evenly moist, well-drained soil
Mounded plant can be grown with other woodland plants or a ground cover
GROWTH & CARE
Growing Zone 7-10
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Mature Height: 18-24
Mature Width: 20-26
Light Needs Partial Shade, Full Shade
Watering Needs Average Water
Blooms Late Summer, Early Fall, Fall, Late Fall, Early Winter, Winter
Botanical: Farfugium Japonicum
Plant Directions: Sent with order
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