This giant cowslip has tall flower stems above rosettes of large, mid-green leaves. The nutmeg scented, sulphur yellow flowers are strongly fragrant, so no wonder it has the RHS AGM (Award of Gardening Merit)
Top tip: Can be grown on the marginal shelf to give an architectural focus.
Flowers: June – September
Propagation: Divide plants.
Soil conditions: Best planted out somewhere where soil never dries out.
Planting: Plant into a permanently boggy area where the soil never dries out or plant into a 5/10lt planting crate using rich, moist soil and position in the pond on a shelf so that the surface of the soil is at water level.