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PLANT OF THE WEEK TROLLIUS 'GOLDEN QUEEN' Trollius, or the globe flower, will provide a dazzling display of orange in late spring.
Next - Trollius, commonly called the Globe Flower, like a big buttercup, thrives on slightly moist soil, comes in a whole range of yellow/orange shades.
Meadow buttercup, the globe flower and the woodland cranesbill are all native to Scotland and should enjoy the situation.
Meadow buttercup, lady's smock and the globe flower are all native to Scotland.
Trollius europaeus, the British native globe flower, is a denizen of boggy areas but manages equally well in gardens that are only moderately moist but never dry out.
Upland meadow flowers include wood crane's-bill, lady's mantle, pignut, globe flower, red clover, meadow vetchling, great burnet, ragged robin, melancholy thistle, meadow buttercup, selfheal, ribwort plantain, common knapweed, rough hawkbit, meadow saxifrage, devil's-bit scabious, sneezewort and common sorrel.