A small plant with large golden flowers all season long.
A superb dwarf Erigeron - much like a golden version of the ever-popular 'Canary Bird'. This too will flower all season long, starting as soon as the weather allows in spring. The spoon-shaped leaves are greyish and slightly hairy.
The name refers to the size of the flowers - this is actually a small, neat plant, perfect for a stone trough, crevice garden, scree etc. Regular removal of faded flowers and the occasional gentle feed will help it to flower well into autumn.
Easy to grow in a well-drained, sunny spot. About 10 to 12cm high, 4" or 5".
Seldom offered as it doesn't produce a lot of cuttings.