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Heliopsis

Common name: American Oxeye.

Easy to grow plants with daisy flowers throughout summer. They are mostly mid tall at around 3ft - 3ft 6in / 90 -105cm but best kept bushy by pinching out shoots in spring - or do the Chelsea Chop in late May. If this is done they require little staking except in the most windy sites.

Cut down to ground level in autumn.

Propagate by seed or division although seed raised plants may be variable.

Suitable as a cut flower if lateral buds not showing colour are removed.

A member of the Asteraceae family from North America.

Heliopsis Asahi

New to our catalogue

Lovely, double-centred flowers on neat plants about 2ft 6in / 75cm tall.

Flowers from late July onwards well into Autumn.

Price £4.50 (9cm pot)

Heliopsis En Pointe

(aka "Spitzentšnzerin")

New to our catalogue

Large, elegant single flowers about 2ft 6in / 75cm tall.

Flowers from late July onwards well into Autumn.

Price £4.50 (9cm pot)

Heliopsis Golden Plume

(aka "Goldgefieder")

New to our catalogue

Large, golden, double flowers about 2ft 6in / 75cm tall.

Flowers from late July onwards well into Autumn.

Price £4.50 (9cm pot)

Heliopsis Summer Nights

Dark red or brown stems and leaves are the first attraction of this plant. The burnt yellow, semi double flowers with tan or brown centres add to the exotic feel.

It is one of the most asked about plants in our garden - visitors are even more attracted when we tell them its a completely hardy perennial.

Reaches about 3ft 6in - 4ft tall and can be pinched out in spring to make it shorter and stockier. If not pinched out a corral of string or some pea sticks may required to keep it upright.

Flowers from late July onwards well into Autumn.

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Like all Heliopsis, Summer Nights is nectar-heaven for butterflies like this Peacock

Partners: Heliopsis Summer Nights adds a rich contrast to the backdrop of Miscanthus David

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