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The stunning 'Walcroy' (sold as Walberton Yellow), the tomato-orange 'Carmin Brilliant', the brown-eyed orange 'Emily Mackenzie' and day-glo orange 'Lana de Savary' could all be placed in the forefront.The taller Crocosmia masoniorum, a burnished bronze-red that also flowers until September, would make a fine backdrop.
The coins show the VOC monogram and date on one side.Every third year is ideal (this applies to all heleniums).Pull the vigorous outer shoots from the plant in small handfuls, add blood fish and bone, along with garden compost, to the ground and then replant or pot up.The former is a tall plant (4ft-6ft/1.2m-1.8m), which grows widely, from Quebec to Florida and from British Columbia to Arizona, in damp places.It is known as common sneezeweed because the Cherokee Indians used to make the dried flowers into a herbal snuff as a cure for colds and catarrh. bigelovii is a shorter, deep-yellow species found growing in wet places on pine forest slopes from California to Oregon.They will do best where afternoon or morning sun falls.
But they also need moisture-retentive soil and prefer alluvial loam.
All heleniums respond to deadheading so take off any spent flowers as they fade. Where to buy Sampford Shrubs, Sampford Peverell, Tiverton, Devon (01884 821164; Cotswold Garden Flowers, Sands Lane, Badsey, Evesham, Worcs (01386 833849; net) Reader offer Gardening readers can buy a long-flowering Helenium 'Sahin's Early Flowerer' supplied in a 9cm pot for £12.95 including p&p, or buy three for £28.85, saving.£10. TL368, or send cheques made payable to Telegraph Garden to Telegraph Helenium Offer, Rookery Farm, Joys Bank, Holbeach St Johns, Spalding, PE12 8SG.
This copper 1 Duit was issued by the Dutch East India Company between 17.
The plant was selected in 1996 by the late Kees Sahin because of its long flowering season; it had begun in June and was still going on November 1, when it was given to Bob Brown of Cotswold Garden Flowers, who began to sell it the following year.
Previously I had always struggled to grow classic varieties of helenium like 'Moerheim Beauty' (bred by Ruys in 1930) because I lived on the drier side of England.
Other varieties I tried were too tall and by the time the flowers came out the floppy stems had become ragged and brown.