A dwarf member of the buttercup family, native to the north-western United States. This globe flower produces showy, white flowers with a yellow tinged centre above glossy, five lobed leaves. The name ‘Globeflower’ refers to the shape of the flower in cultivated species (this species is much flatter).
– Height with flowers: 30cm approx.
– Width: 100cm spread approx.
– Position: Deep Shade, Woodland, Dappled Sun
– Soil: Well Drained
– Frost: Hardy
– Growth: Herbacious Perennial
– Attracts: Bees and Butterflies
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: