Helenium 'Sahin's Early Flowerer'
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5 years to reach maturity
Helen's Flower Overview
This genus has about 40 species of annuals, biennial or perennial, The leaves are mid-green oval to lance-shape and alternate. The flowers are daisy-like and bloom in the summer; they have ray florets that are yellow, red-brown or orange. Fully hardy. Requires full sun and any well drained soil. Propagate by division in spring or autumn.
How to propagate Helen's Flower
Division in spring or autumn.
Other uses of Helen's Flower
Grown for their sprays of daisy-like flower heads, each with a prominent, central disc.