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These plants produce yellow flowers and can be from 12 to 30 inches tall.

Doronicum cordatum--Leopard's-bane Leopard's-bane may be used in sunny or shaded areas in any ordinary garden soil. The yellow flowers appear in May and may be cut for arrangements. The plants are shallow rooted and 18 to 30 inches tall. Planting may be done in spring or autumn. Propagation is by division after flowering, in spring, or in October. Seed may be planted outdoors up to 2 months before frost. Space the plants 12 to 15 inches apart.

Doronicum caucasicum Also with yellow flowers but only 12 to 18 inches tall.

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