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Globe Flower
Scientific Name: Trollius europaeus
Synonym:
Family: Ranunculaceae
Globe Flower (Trollius  europaeus)
Trollius europaeus, Bilder ur Nordens Flora, Courtesy of project Runeberg
Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: All zones
USDA: 4-8

Sun Exposure: Light shade to shade

Origin: Northern Eurasia in damp areas, southern Europe in mountainous areas

Growth Habits: Herbaceous perennial, 1 to 2 feet tall (30-60 cm); palmate leaves, divided in 3 or 5 segments

Watering Needs: Moist to wet soil, needs constant moisture

Propagation: Seeds, cuttings or splitting of rhizomes


The Globe Flower is moderately toxic.

Blooming Habits:
Yellow globose flower, 1.2 to 2 inches in diameter (3-5 cm), in late spring to mid-summer (May to July). Each flower lasts up to 10 days, and never seems to open. The fruits ripen in mid-summer.

Fruiting Habits:


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