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Doronicum orientale 'Magnificum'
Magnificum Leopard's Bane

The leaves of Leopard's Bane are primarily basal, having bright green, ovate, dentate leaf blades that form a rosette of foliage, from which the flowering stalks emerge (these may have sessile foliage on the peduncles, which are either smaller versions of the basal foliage, or lanceolate in shape).


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