These big perennials cover themselves with narrow-rayed, yellow daisies in summer. Foliage is coarse, and most of the available species are large, back-of-the-border plants. Flowers can be cut for the vase. Given good drainage, these demand little attention. Smaller ones such as I. hookeri (4 ft.) and I. ensifolia (2 ft.) are also sometimesoffered.
From Europe. To 7 ft.tall with 3–6-in. daisies on branching stems in late summer. Docklike leaves are larger at the base, smaller toward the top of the plant.
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Grows 2 to 3 ft. tall, 10 ft. wide. Dense, mounding habit and soft, bright green leaves.