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Lapidaria margaretae has succulent leaves in 1 or 2 pairs per plant. They are silver-blue to silver-white often edged with yellow.

Leucanthemum ‘Banana Cream’ has four inch wide flowers that are lemon yellow when they open aging to creamy.

Leucanthemum 'Goldfinch' has lemon yellow daisies that slowly fade to butter yellow then cream.

Leucanthemum 'Luna' has yellow Shasta daisies that slowly fade to two-tone yellow then white.

Leucanthemum x superbum 'Real Deal' has ruffled, lemon yellow, double daisy flowers that won't fade.

Leucanthemum x superbum 'Real Sunbeam' is a shasta daisy with colourfast, bright, cheery yellow petals around amber centres.

Silvery green leaves topped with soft yellow spikes in fall.

Lewisia 'Little Mango' is a great new colour break with golden yellow flowers accented with orange above evergreen succulent rosettes.

Ligularia ‘BBQ Banana’ has exciting chocolate-brown-to-bronze leaves and yellow daisy-like flowers.

Ligularia ‘Desdemona’ is more demure and subtle than the darker cultivars with large mounds of green leaves with purple undersides.

Ligularia 'Garden Confetti' forms big mounds of cream and green foliage liberally sprinkled with lime, pine green and pink. With this kind of variegation you either love it or you hate it!

Ligularia ‘King Kong’ is an extra large form of ‘Britt-Marie Crawford’ with leaves twice the size in dramatic mounds.

A more compact plant with bold burgundy foliage.

Fantastic dissected foliage topped with yellow daisies in summer.