The flower stalks of the Leopard Flower rise above the foliage 12-18 inches. Black
berries will form if the flowers are not dead-headed and are very nice for winter
||Leopard Flower, Blackberry Lily
||Tolerates drought and some salt and will
grow in dry to moist soil but prefers well-drained, loamy, sandy or clay soils with a pH
of acidic to slightly alkaline (less than 6.8-7.7)
||Full sun, partial sun, partial shade
||Attracts butterflies and serves as a butterfly nectar source.
Suitable for cut and dried flowers. Good for naturalizing or in the border.
||Leaf spot, Anthracnose
Miscanthus, Silver Mound,
Speedwell, St. John's Wort,
||Cut back to 6 inches in the fall and remove dead foliage in
the spring. Mulch well for winter. Fertilize with Plant-tone or a water-soluble
fertilizer. Divide if necessary in spring or fall.
Planting Instructions: Perennials
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|Description: The star-like one inch flowers on this species are orange and
heavily spotted with crimson. The bizarre seed pods display a large cluster of black
seeds, resembling blackberries.