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Description: A deep rooting perennial species we collected the seed of in the Trinity River area of northern California in the autumn of 2014, with Sean Hogan at over a1,000m. The ovate-oblong basal foliage is relatively large at 40cm long standing bolt upright, covered in grey downy hair when young, hence its vernacular name of Woolly Mule’s Ears. Bearing in late spring to early summer tall scapes with a smaller leaf of two up to 1m tall, in favourable conditions, with yellow flowers consisting of up to 11 ray florets mostly singly, but up to 2-3. Not for the hottest spot, but does appreciate plenty of light in a deep well drained soil that is not too rich.
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