Ligularia przewalskii fresh seeds, Przewalski's leopardplant, Przewalski's golden ray, Ligularia yellow seeds, Flower seeds (lat. Ligularia przewalskii).
A perennial herbaceous plant of the genus Buzulnik of the Aster family, or Compound flowers. A powerful bush, stems of peduncles can grow up to 1.5 meters.
The leaves are elegant, strongly cut, pointed. The petioles are red-brown.
The flowers are small, yellow, collected in spike-shaped, narrow inflorescences up to 50-70 cm long, the tops of which slightly droop.
The flowering period of the Przhevalsky bush falls at the end of June and often lasts until August. Inflorescences resemble large candles in shape, which are formed by a huge number of spectacular bright yellow flowers.
Ligularia of this variety has an attractive appearance not only due to the buds, but also due to the large beautiful leaves, which, in addition, have an unusual and eye-catching coloring. In July, they form streaks of bronze and brown shades, which eventually become larger. This allows the plant to retain its decorative qualities from spring until the very end of autumn.
It is used in decorative floriculture. Shade-tolerant and moisture-loving plant. Propagation by seeds and division of the bush. Winter hardy without shelter.
In plantings, it goes well with blue-blue delphiniums, blooming a little earlier, and purple-blue aconites.