Ferulago sylvatica PAB 2875

An unusual member of the Apiaceae collected from woodland in Bulgaria by Paul Barney. Makes a small perennial with a basal rosette of particularly divided, very ferny foliage, giving rise in late spring to airy umbels of bright lemon-yellow flowers on slim stems to 50cm. Sun or semi-shade. Hardy.

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