(aka downy sun­flower)

The Daily Telegraph - Gardening - - Readers’ Letters -

I have al­lowed its re­fined re­la­tion (H. ‘Lemon Queen’) to mo­sey around at the back of a sunny bor­der for years, ap­pre­ci­ated for its height (4ft), its late­ness and del­i­cate colour­ing. This clumpier daisy, although per­haps not as tough, has won­der­fully eye-catch­ing and un­usual, slightly downy fo­liage, and darker flow­ers, each with a big­ger cen­tral disc.

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