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Doronicum pardalianches L.

Brief Summary

    Doronicum pardalianches: Brief Summary
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    Doronicum pardaliances, known as leopard's-bane, is, like other members of the genus Doronicum, a herbaceous perennial with rhizomes. It has upright stems growing to 80 cm (31 in), with heart-shaped basal leaves and yellow flowers, generally 3–4 cm (1.2–1.6 in) across.

Comprehensive Description


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    Plants 30–90 cm. Stems sparsely pubescent proximally, nearly glabrous distally. Leaves: blades of basal leaves ovate-orbiculate, 6–12(–19) × (5–)7–14 cm, bases cordate, margins weakly dentate or entire, faces (and petioles) glandular-pubescent; cauline leaves 3–7(–10), petiolate (proximal) or sessile (distal), blades ovate to lanceolate, bases clasping or not. Heads 3–12(–17) in corymbiform arrays, 3–5(–6) cm diam. Peduncles 12–85 mm. Phyllaries linear-lanceolate, (8–)12–18 mm, lengths about 2 / 3 rays, apices acute. Ray corollas 16–24 mm. 2n = 60.

Diagnostic Description

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    Doronicum cordatum Lamarck