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propagating perennials: Doronicum-Leopard’s Bane
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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Doronicum-Leopard’s Bane

Leopard’s Bane is best propagated in the spring after it flowers, by root division, because it goes dormant in the summer and is best planted in the shade in the south because they are shallow rooted, like astible, and need a well drained soil and are used mainly for naturalizing and varieties can range in height from 1-2'. Blooms are yellow and the plant is deciduous and is deer resistant.

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