The Leopard Plant gets its name from its large 6-10 inch wide green leaves that are heavily and evenly speckled with creamy yellow spots. Yellow daisy-like flowers bloom on 2 foot tall stems late summer through fall. They will grow in sun or shade but do best in partial shade.

Leopard Plant

Ligularia tussilaginea 'Aureo-maculata' (Farfugium japonicum)

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