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Description: From a seed collection we gathered in the cold mountainous Soraksan area of South Korea in 2010, where this form formed the largest plants we have yet encountered. Members of the daisy family, make good subjects for shade where they can form colonies of vertical stems with large palmate/peltate (stem in middle of leaf) divided leaves 60cm across, stretching to 1.2m tall, when bearing a terminal panicle of flowers. Easily cultivated in a moisture-retentive fertile soil that does not waterlog in winter, best sited in full to part shade. Flowers are insignificant but handy to propagate with. Known as broken umbrellas in Japan, alluring to their shape.
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