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goldtop's Helenium x 1 Budding

Plant: Sneezeweed (Helenium autumnale) | Variety: Wyndley

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Notes from Crocus

  • Flowers June > September.
  • Bees and butterflies love it
  • Makes an excellent cut flower


  • Plenty of sunshine and moist soil.
  • They rarely suffer from pests or diseases, however protect young plants from slugs
  • Tall varieties need to be staked.
  • To encourage the plant to repeat flower deadhead back to side shoots that have flower buds emerging.
  • Cut back by half after flowering to help prevent mildew. Cut down to the ground in late winter.
  • Every two or three years divide the plants in spring


Planting Data

Sneezeweed (40)
Wyndley (2)

Purchased from Garsons - Esher


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