Bright chartreuse yellow flowers in the spring on top of fan shaped leaves. This is an attractive plant that has, softly hairy (giving the leaves a mellow silver cast, making them look very attractive in the morning with dew on them), rounded, wavy-edged leaves, and large sprays of greenish-yellow flowers that are good for cutting. A good border plant and useful for a ground cover in shady positions. Plants grow to about 18 inches tall when in full flower. When not in bloom the clumps are 6 to 9 inches tall.
Sow at 65F for 3 weeks then move to fridge (23-39F) for 5 weeks,Returns to 65F were germination should occur in two weeks. Light helps germination so surface sow.